Jacob Zuma Allegedly Hid Muammar Gaddafi’s $30 million In His Nkandla Home. A news article by Sunday Times states that the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, hid $30 million which was by the late Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi.
A news article by Sunday Times states that the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, hid $30 million which was by the late Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi. The publication claims that Jacob Zuma hid the money in the bunker of his famous Nkandla residence. The hidden money has been called “Gaddafi’s missing millions.”
It has been said that the money has been moved to different places throughout the years. Some of the Libya’s money that was held for emergency reason has been allegedly hidden in parts of Pretoria and Johannesburg for the past ten years. But most of the money that was allegedly given to Jacob Zuma was moved to another country in a later time.
According to Sunday Times, King Mswati, the king of Eswati, told President Cyril Ramaphosa that he currently has the $30 million last month. The king told the president about the money when they had a meeting together last month. It is said that Jacob Zuma was attempting to safeguard the money for the late Libya lead, Muammar Gaddafi. It is said that the former South African president was keeping the money for Gaddafi when he supposedly needed protection from court processes. The money was also to be used for his family members in case he is incarcerated.
The Nkandla home has been in a lot of news throughout the years. Former public protector, Thuli Madonsela, was not allowed to get into the bunker when she came to the house. Examiners say that Jacob Zuma hid the money in the bunker.
by Alexandra Ramaite