Namibian, Imanuwela David, alleges to be linked to a “theft worth around R50-million from a farm belonging to President Cyril Ramaphosa" KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, June 6, 2022

Namibian, Imanuwela David, alleges to be linked to a “theft worth around R50-million from a farm belonging to President Cyril Ramaphosa"

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Namibian, Imanuwela David, has been alleged to be linked to a “theft worth around R50-million from a farm belonging to President Cyril Ramaphosa.". (Read More Here).

Amabhungane reports:

"According to Amabhungane the alleged millions stolen at President Ramaphosa were by allegeddly by domestic worker who is Namibian working with other Namibian people. No wonder Foreigners do as they wish in SA. Imagine not employing your own people but foreigners.

"Late Saturday presidential spokesperson Vincent Magwenya sent a message in response to detailed questions from amaBhungane, stating: “My apologies. Because of the volume of detailed questions we have received, most of which we cannot answer due to pending investigation, we are going to release a statement later to address the issue.”

"What we do know is that authorities in Namibian law enforcement agencies were alerted to about N$6-million (about R6-million) transferred by the suspects into Namibian accounts between February and May 2020.

"One of the suspects, Imanuwela David, a Namibian-born individual who also carries a South African passport, was arrested after illegally crossing into Namibia on or about 12 June 2020.

"Amabhungane on Saturday reached David via WhatsApp but he claimed we had the wrong number and he didn’t know what we were talking about, despite the number being confirmed by one of his friends. He then blocked us.

"By 16 June 2020 Namibian journalists were already aware that David was alleged to be linked to a “theft worth around R50-million from a farm belonging to President Cyril Ramaphosa”.

"According to a Namibian police statement, David was in possession of a TAG Hauer watch worth N$ 28 000, a Rolex watch is worth N$ 280 000 and Gold Chain is worth N$ 163 000, plus eleven US$100 notes.

"Government sources told Namibian journalist Tileni Mongudhi at the time that the South Africans authorities appeared reluctant to assist or provide information."

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