VIDEO: CCTV footage exposes robbery from two suspects and thieves at Cyril Ramaphosa's Limpopo Phala Phala farm and they stole money found under mattress in farm house KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, June 4, 2022

VIDEO: CCTV footage exposes robbery from two suspects and thieves at Cyril Ramaphosa's Limpopo Phala Phala farm and they stole money found under mattress in farm house

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that CCTV footage has exposed robbery from two suspects and thieves at Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala farm and they stole money found under mattress in Limpopo. (Read More Here).

In the trending CCTV footage, the two suspects were seen as they crawled into the compound and broke into the house. According to the narration from the CCTV, it reported that the thieves found money (in dollars and rands) under the mattress at the Phala Phala farm. 

According to information, the whistle blower happens to be a white man. The suspects are said to be arrested and their cars taken. The money they stole was used to buy cars. 


South Africa Presidency reports:

"[MEDIA STATEMENT]: President @CyrilRamaphosa acknowledges that while there is much public interest and concern about claims made in a criminal complaint against him, he remains firmly focused on the task of rebuilding the economy and the country.

"The President reaffirms that he was not involved in any criminal conduct, and once again pledges his full cooperation with any police investigation. He confirms that following the incident in February 2020, security has been improved around his homes.

"Due to the possible investigation, the Presidency will not be in a position to engage further on the detail of the matters, and urges that due process be allowed to take its course.

"The President affirms his commitment to fighting corruption and professionalising law enforcement agencies to better serve and respond to public needs.

"He looks forward to the Presidency budget vote speech, which will be an opportunity for him to update the nation on the key priorities he outlined in his State of the Nation Address.
ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA."

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