Shaun Abrahams "Meeting at Luthuli House" put to music

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head, Shaun Abrahams, recently explained his actions in Parliament to explain what transpired when he visited Luthuli House.

702 producers, Laura Wener and Jacob Sibiya took Abrahams answers to parliament about the day he visited the ANC (African National Congress) headquarters, Luthuli House, to discuss NPA-related matters.

This issue raised questions regarding the separation of powers between the governing party and state-owned institutions, even more so after the fraud charges laid by Abrahams against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

The NPA is yet to respond to Abrahams' possibly making himself a name as a poet-rapper!

Have a listen to the song below:

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