PHALA PHALA FARM GATE: DA leader, John Steenhuisen, says approached the FBI in the United States to request that they investigate allegations of possible money laundering by President Cyril Ramaphosa KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, June 21, 2022

PHALA PHALA FARM GATE: DA leader, John Steenhuisen, says approached the FBI in the United States to request that they investigate allegations of possible money laundering by President Cyril Ramaphosa

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that DA leader, John Steenhuisen, says approached the FBI in the United States to request that they investigate allegations of possible money laundering by President Cyril Ramaphosa. 

Addressing members of the media at the party’s headquarters in Johannesburg on Tuesday, DA leader John Steenhuisen said they had approached the FBI because they did not trust local law enforcement officials with the investigation

DA leader John Steenhuisen said: "Specifically, we have requested that the FBI considers investigating the source of the funds and whether the money was brought into South Africa legitimately and declared to the appropriate authorities."

Steenhuisen said there were questions for Ramaphosa and those who stole the funds at his home. He said the FBI had to probe this matter further.

"We have recommended that the ledgers or journals which would have recorded the alleged sale of wild game at auction be requested from the president, to determine the identities of those involved in the suspicious cash transactions.

"A cash transaction within South Africa involving $4 million is deeply suspicious, and more so since the cash was then hidden in furniture, and its theft investigated off-the-record and covered up," Steenhuisen said on Tuesday at a media briefing.

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