Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana wants the Zondo Commission to apologise to him. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana wants the Zondo Commission to apologise to him.
Montana says the acquirement of his properties is being intentionally misconstrued as illegal by evidence leader, Advocate Vas Soni.
"You see, the commission owes me an apology, chair," he told Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
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"I want to be here to be accountable to the country. The commission should probe my dealings on anything including on my properties.
"Chair, I've written over 15 pages of my affidavit focusing on my properties, so I'm not running away, I'm here and Mr Soni can grill me the whole day, I'm here chair."