Saturday, June 15, 2024

The P100 billion fiasco has ruined too many once reputable public institutions

Not so long ago there were media reports about a now discredited investigator at the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime who at one time must have thought he had the world at his feet.

This investigator played a key role in building a house of cards that has become the P100 billion fiasco.

The net effect of the reports is that Jako Hubona now fears for his life.

That might well be true.

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