It is in black and white that reality sets free but former finance minister Tito Mboweni was labeled a coward for uncovering the truth while no longer in power.
This comes after he took to social media to define SADC leadership towards a current crisis of Cape Delgado in Mozambique.
Mboweni indicated that SADC leaders gave a blind eye to Mozambique’s unrest, spending time on discussions instead of taking a pseudo.
“We have a crisis in Capo Delgado.SADC leaders call summits to discuss this. They talk and talk. No leadership,” Mboweni wrote on his Twitter account.
“Rwanda just sends troops to deal with the problem as our leaders hold summits. Poor leadership, nay, no leadership.”
Capo Delgado is a northern province of Mozambique where unrest and terrorism took place since 2017.
It has been reported that the province is rich in oil and the Islamic terrorists tried hard to scamper and displace the residents to control such a wealthy piece of land.
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