‘Rest In Peace Drama Queen’ – ANCYL Attacks Thuli

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The youth league of the ruling African national Congress (ANCYL) has once again hit on the former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, calling her a drama queen who must rest in peace.

ANCYL which has been antagonizing the former Public Advocate since her time in office, has once again come to accuse her of publishing the State of Capture Report to further enhance the agenda of the Democratic Alliance.

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It said Advocate Madonsela is a drama queen who must rest in peace.

“The ANC Youth League has noted that the drama queen has left the office and therefore remains not busy these days,” said spokesman Mlondi Mkhize who added that the party’s youth League wants to wish her well in her DA endeavours. “Now that she’s resting, can she rest in peace.”

The ANCYL’s description of Thuli as a drama queen echoes its comment made while Thuli was still in office, that the advocate was a “national drama queen with low self-esteem” who was trying to topple President Jacob Zuma.



“Her confidence is only boosted when she sees herself vandalizing the name of the president on TV and in various media platforms,” the party said as they accused her of wasting taxpayers’ money and leaking information to the media regarding her interactions with Zuma.

With the release of the controversial state capture report, the ANCYL who have maintained support for the president despite growing calls for his resignation, said the report was cooked up by Thuli in collaboration with the DA so as to unseat Zuma.

The league went on to advise the new Public Protector, Busi Mkhwebane not to act like Thuli but that she must be careful of the staff in the office,” said Mkhize.

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“It’s the same stuff that’s been identified as been leaking information about reports conducted in the office and that tarnishes the image of the office,” ANCYL stated.

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