Journalist Liz Jackson, who rose to fame after being caught on camera exchanging phone numbers with Foreign Secretary Alfred Mutua, has revealed details of their conversation. The journalist gave a brief speech while reporting on the meeting between the Head of State and the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa.
After the media briefing, they talked for a while before the CS walked up to him and interacted. The reporter finally revealed the details of the interview. Liz said that CS asked the president a good question, and at that point she asked for a private interview to which CS agreed. He went ahead and gave me his phone number to schedule.
“When the other CSs left, they turned to the media and greeted everyone and when they came to me, they said I asked a good question. "I took this opportunity to ask him if we could have a personal interview, and he agreed and gave me his phone number," he said.
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