ANC MP To Be Suspended After Saying Jackson Mthembu Works For Satan And Bill Gates

She outright brands Mthembu ‘rubbish’, claiming that it is ‘proper’ he died from COVID-19 complications.

ANC MP To Be Suspended After Saying Jackson Mthembu Works For Satan And Bill Gates
Jackson Mthembu/Photo File: Citizen

A prominent ANC figure has been slammed for her insensitive reaction to the death of Jackson Mthembu. The minister passed away due to COVID-19 complications on Thursday, sparking a mass outpouring of grief. However, this local party leader in KZN refused to share her sympathies, electing to spew conspiracy theories and criticisms of Mthembu instead.

Khabo Nene, a member of the ANC Mzala Nxumalo regional executive committee (REC) in KwaZulu-Natal, was heard on a widely circulated voice note openly slating Minister Mthembu. Amongst other things, she revelled in the death of a senior politician, making a series of wild and unfounded claims about the 62-year-old.

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  • She outright brands Mthembu ‘rubbish’, claiming that it is ‘proper’ he died from COVID-19 complications.
  • Nene rambles into conspiracy theories, blaming the deceased for forcing ‘a Bill Gates agenda’ upon South Africa.
  • The regional leader then accuses Jackson Mthembu of working for Satan.
  • An unhinged Khabo Nene also blamed the entire government for ‘plotting to kill its own citizens’…

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“We’re angry, and hurt, we are bleeding because of people like Jackson Mthembu. Don’t think this is a game, people think we are laughing, we are hurting, our families have died because of people like him who’ve been flaunting on the TV speaking as if they won’t die. Those who have been killing people are a laughing stock with people realising they can also die,” Khabo Nene said.

The regional working committee for Pongola and Vryheid has resolved that Khabo Nene must be suspended for her shocking outburst, branding the party member’s conduct as ‘unfortunate’.

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