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MAID OFFERED E10 000 TO POISON ME – ‘STJIFIRI’

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PIGG’S PEAK – A parliamentary candidate under Ndzingeni Inkhundla, Mbongeni ‘Stjifiri’ Gule has alleged that his helper was offered E10 000 to poison him.


Gule is one of the nine parliamentary candidates under the Inkhundla. The parliamentary candidate is also a relative to the late Funekile Gule, who was found dead in Mbabane and was later buried in Ndzingeni.


Gule revealed this during a campaigning session at Kwaliweni Umphakatsi, in the presence of throngs of residents. The campaign sessions were organised by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC).


Also present were nine other candidates. Gule said his domestic worker declined the offer and she went to report the matter to the Manzini Police Station.
“I was called by police officers to go to the police station over the incident,” said Gule.
He said instead of taking the E10 000 as well as the poison, his helper rushed to the police to report the incident.


According to Gule, the helper said two men arrived at his home and told her that she should poison him in exchange for E10 000.
If the plan had succeeded, the men had promised to give her another E10 000.


Gule said he was living in fear of being attacked by whoever wanted to offer his helper the money.
His statement was met with shock among the residents who had gathered at the umphakatsi.
However, some of the parliamentary candidates murmured as he made the allegations.
This is the second incident to be reported to the police about a parliamentary candidate fearing for his life due to threats.

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