Saturday, March 24, 2007

IFP man retaliates after alleged discounted vehicles

By Odette Ismail
24 March 2007

The former Inkatha Freedom Party MP who allegedly received discount on two vehicles from a company believed to be linked to a arms deal wants to clear his name.

Mandla Msomi told the Weekend Argus that he is meeting with his lawyers to see if he has any recourse against the Independent Democrats and the Freedom front leaders.

According to reports Patricia de Lille (ID) and Pieter Groenewald (FF+) spoken out on his alleged relation to the discounts.

De Lille has come out and laid charges of apparent bribery and corruption against Msomi and 28 others which include politicians, businessman and public servants.

She is aware of Msomi’s threat to sue and denied that her ain was to find the 29 guilty, but said that it was urgently needed to be investigated.

Groenewald welcomed Msomi’s plans to sue and told a Weekend paper that he hopes he would be able to prove himself innocent.


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