Gafoor living in denial

Suspended Integrity Commission Deputy Chairman Gladys Gafoor, who last week said she never heard of reporter Andre Bagoo or the Newsday, was accused by the Office of the President of deceiving the press when she claimed she knew nothing of her suspension.

In response, Gafoor may or may not have told Wired868 that she never heard of the President either.

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