Exposed Lungisa has finally revealed the reason why Chris Hani was killed.The name Chris Hani needs no introduction in the history of South Africa. He was one of those leaders who wanted nothing but the best for their country. In his quest to see South Africa independent he never soiled his hands with corruption.
Sadly he never got the chance to see his beloved country attain it’s independence. This was because he was killed a year before South Africa got it’s independence. Up till now no one knows who killed him and why. However over the years many people have tried to answer the why part of his death.
Many conspiracy theories were raised and now Andile Lungisa has also claimed that he has the answer to the why Hani was killed. Andile Lungisa claims that the main reason why Chris Hani was killed was because he always spoke that South Africa was going to adopt a mixed economy. Chris Hani was also vocal on how he wanted the black majority to benefit from South Africa’s economy.
“We are for a mixed economy, but then I want to assure white South Africans that we have no intentions to nationalise private property, they will remain in their houses.
Some people are so simplistic they think that next time there’s an ANC government, we are going to be rushing to grab people’s cars. We are going to be grabbing people’s houses.
In our constitutional guidelines, we are emphatic that private property is private property and every South African will retain his or her private property,” said Hani. He continued by saying
“We are only concerned about the commanding heights of our economy,” he argued.
Taking to twitter Lungisa had this to say about Hani’s death “I watch this video clip of Chris Hani time and time again. I now know why he was assassinated because he stood for nationalisation and changing the commanding heights of the South African economy,” said Lungisa.
I watch this video clip of Chris Hani time time again. I now know why he was assassinated because he stood for nationalisation and changing the commanding heights of the South African economy. pic.twitter.com/7JV9kjdgju
— Andile Lungisa (@mrlungisa) August 28, 2021