Pretoria - Before going through cross-examination at the Mokgoro inquiry, the suspended Special Director of Public Prosecutions Lawrence Mrwebi on Friday said he found the process highly unfair and felt like an accused.
Mrwebi said he was suspended based on an allegation made by an unidentified person that he was unfit to hold office.
"The difficulty of all that is that other than the broad allegation that you are unfit, you are not told on what basis and what are the issues that need to be looked at."
The advocate said he found it difficult to prepare for the inquiry as he did not know what to expect and this posed as a dilemma to him.
"The only time I came to know what is this I must answer for, is when witnesses are called to come and implicate me. It’s at that point that I had to run like a headless chicken looking for evidence and documents to refute those allegations, which is very unfair," he said.