Lucky Montana
Pretoria - Former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) chief executive Lucky Montana has revealed more details on his departure from the rail agency and accused some of the top ANC national executive committee members of fighting him.

Montana on Fiday said some of the NEC members picked a fight with him because of his stance on the rail agency.

Montana accused Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises Ben Martins of being economical with the truth on the Guptas.

This was after Martins said Montana had brought Tony Gupta to his ministerial house in Pretoria to discuss Prasa matters.

On Friday Montana upped the ante and accused some of the NEC members of meddling in the Prasa affairs. In a series of Tweets Montana said he was no longer fighting the Guptas, but some members of the NEC. “I resigned from Prasa because it was no longer the Guptas I was up against, but big boys in the ANC NEC,” tweeted Montana.

In a subsequent tweet, he said the ANC never allowed him to explain.

Political Bureau