Nkandla spending debacle: Were MPs misled?
The FF Plus wants the public protector to investigate whether Members of Parliament were misled by ministers.
President Jacob Zuma has offered to pay back a portion of the money spent on upgrading his private home, even though two of his ministers told Parliament last year all of the features that formed part of the R246 million project served a security function.
Zuma's office outlined the settlement proposal in a statement on Tuesday night.
Now the Freedom Front Plus is questioning whether the two ministers who reported to Parliament about the Nkandla upgrades were honest when they said all of the features, including a swimming pool, served a security function.
Party leader Pieter Mulder says the public protector must investigate whether Members of Parliament were misled.
"The moment he starts paying, we should ask the question 'is the fire pool now a swimming pool?' because maybe he is paying for that. If that is correct, then the ministers misled Parliament with the report that all upgrades because suddenly it seems some are not security upgrades."
Mulder adds he will also be asking parliament's ethics committee to investigate.
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