Agrizzi: I Had More Evidence To Crumble The Party But…

Some portion of different favors Agrizzi claims he needed to accomplish for ANC authorities was to cook for up to 50,000 individuals at mobilizes.

Agrizzi: I Had More Evidence To Crumble The Party But...-Surge Zirc SA
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Previous Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi said that he laments not gathering more evidence from his former company when he decided to expose its corrupt dealings.

Agrizzi told the commission of inquiry into state capture three months prior that Bosasa had made enormous donations to government authorities, including some African National Congress (ANC) heavyweights.

The well off businessperson has named his previous manager CEO Gavin Watson as the brains who utilized him and different workers to complete unlawful exercises.

Agrizzi said he doesn’t lament blowing the whistle on Bosasa’s defilement.

“I’d have collected more information over a longer period of time so that I’d have more substantive information for them. Unfortunately, the circumstances had it… a lot of information was wiped, I couldn’t get to it even though we had whistle-blowers inside. Everything was blocked immediately after blowing the whistle.”

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Agrizzi said that the most strange favors he hosted to do included parties for previous President Jacob Zuma.

In March, the Zondo commission heard how Bosasa supported Zuma’s 72nd birthday cake, notwithstanding planning the logo on top.

Some portion of different favors Agrizzi claims he needed to accomplish for ANC authorities was to cook for up to 50,000 individuals at mobilizes.

He said that the parties for Zuma, which Bosasa needed to cook for, were strange and extravagant.

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“We’d have to fly in chefs, we’d have to make sure there were marquees with air conditioning, draping, even going down to making up a birthday cake… getting calls at 8pm at night and saying ‘look, you need to prepare 20,000 lunch packs for tomorrow morning for a rally or campaign, and it all needed to be done because it was all ANC.

Agrizzi would not like to say something regarding the degree of debasement including government authorities.

“It would be presumptuous for me to make a statement and to say that that’s up to the courts, we have a very good judicial system in place at the moment and they need to make that decision, the Zondo Commission [sic].”

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