Kenny Motsamai calls ANC “Thieves” in his first speech after he was released free from prison after 27-years
The history was made today when the former Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and Azanian People’s Liberation Army (Apla) leader Kenny Motsamai released “Unconditionally” from prison on clean parole after he spent almost 27-years in prison.
The PAC veteran has been imprisoned for 25 years after he was convicted of killing a traffic officer during the apartheid era, the African National Congress(ANC) government did not release him together with the other political prisoner.
He accused the ANC of corruption in his first speech from prison:
APLA Political Prisoner, Kenny Motsamai, stands in solidarity with the EFF #DayOfAction
Watch as he chants, "Long Live the Spirit of EFF!" pic.twitter.com/8bwAV6BZgt
— EFF Official Account (@EFFSouthAfrica) 2 November 2016
Motsamai had previously reportedly refused to be released on parole stating that the conditions were unfair.