Malusi Gigaba to pay back enlargement money
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba accepted the request by South African parliament to pay back tax payers money that he spent on his cosmetic surgery of pen1s enlargement in Thailand on his official trip. This was after several attempts by opposition parties in parliament to get him to pay back the money.
Mmusi Maimane leader of Democratic Alliance which is official opposition party in parliament demanded that Minister Malusi Gigaba pay the money he spent on enlargement in full because it is considered as wasteful and fruitless expenditure since people of South Africa do not benefit anything from it.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has also vowed that there would be “hell to pay” if he were removed from the ANC.
In an interview with Isolezwe on Monday, Gigaba said in isiZulu: “I grew up in the ANC. There is another young man that once insisted he would never leave the ANC. After that, he ended up leaving and starting his own political party.”
This in an apparent stab at Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, who had earlier mocked Gigaba following the leaking of a “sex tape” featuring the minister.
“I will never leave the ANC, it will only occur if I am removed by somebody; even then, I will not say anything and lie down and allow people to walk all over me.
“I have people that have grown with me in the ANC; let them dare touch me and there will be hell to pay,” Gigaba told Isolzwe.