PHALA PHALA FARM SAGA: Journalist says Americans are not happy with Cyril Ramaphosa’s $4 million as The FBI are allegedly investigating him KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, June 14, 2022

PHALA PHALA FARM SAGA: Journalist says Americans are not happy with Cyril Ramaphosa’s $4 million as The FBI are allegedly investigating him

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Americans are not happy with Cyril Ramaphosa’s $4 million as The FBI are investigating him. (Read More Here).

Taking to his platform, journalist Barry Roux, says The FBI is investigating into the matter and scandal surrounding Ramaphosa and his Phala Phala farm. 

Barry Roux reports: "Trouble is heading the Phala Phala Farm way as Americans are not happy with Cyril Ramaphosa’s $4 million. The FBI are investigating him."

In another news, President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday designated the funeral of AmaMpondo King Zanozuko Tyelovuyo Sigcau as a special official funeral category 1.

According to the state, official and provincial funeral policy manual, this designation is accorded to people with extraordinary credentials specifically designated by the president.

This category of funeral entails ceremonial elements provided by the SA National Defence Force.

The king died on May 31 after an illness.

The funeral will take place on Tuesday June 21.

“President Ramaphosa has instructed that the national flag fly at half-mast at every flag station in the country from the morning of Wednesday June 15 to the evening of the burial.

“Regulations require that no other flags be displayed when the national flag is flown at half-mast,” the presidency said.

In another news,This comes after the Namibian Presidency over the weekend denied that the two presidents discussed the incident.
Geingob's spokesperson, Alfredo Hengari, however, admitted that Geingob and Ramaphose interact on a regular basis.

Becker's report, which was leaked, states that the two presidents knew about the theft and burglary at Ramaphosa's farm and were in talks.

“Due to the sensitivity of the matter and the envisaged fallout it will create in South Africa they requested that the matter is handled with discretion. Discussions are allegedly ongoing between the countries' two presidents,” Becker wrote.
The report also indicates that high-ranking Namibian police officers were aware of the incident and of Imanuwela David, one of the suspects, illegally entering the country.

The commissioner refers to David as 'ID'.
“Information further has it that ID and other accomplices (possibly a person called Erickson Shooya) committed a housebreaking and theft on the farm 

'Ntabanyoni' of the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, which is situated at Badplaas, Mpumalanga Province,” the report reads.

Suspicions were then that the proceeds of a crime in South Africa were laundered to Namibia.
Becker said South African authorities and a Namibian commissioner met in “no-man's land” at the Ariamsvlei border post.

The commissioner allegedly flew to the border post and met a South African representative, who confirmed the incident, yet no case was registered with the police.
At that time, Namibian Police commissioner Elias Mutota headed this branch.

He was later removed from this department by police chief inspector general Sebastian Ndeitunga and placed with the special field force.

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