Anti-graft group Corruption Watch plans to use a detailed and sensational whistle blower statement by the former CEO of a Gupta-linked company to help push its effort to have corruption charges brought by US authorities against multi-national McKinsey. Former Trillian CEO Bianca Goodson has made explosive allegations about the events surrounding the partnership between management consulting firm McKinsey‚ Trillian and state-owned power utility Eskom and other entities. Goodson went public about her time at Trillian in a statement released late on Wednesday. She had prepared the statement for a parliamentary inquiry into state capture which she now says she believes is unlikely to happen any time soon. Goodson lasted as CEO at Trillian for three months in 2016 but left‚ her statement reveals‚ when she felt she was becoming exposed to politically-linked deal-making which would destroy her career. Her extensive statement details her time at Trillian — until recently majority-owned by k...

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