NELSON Mandela Bay Muncipality's head of safety and security, Shane Brown, has raised concerns about a security threat at City Hall, after former mayor Zanoxolo Wayile's political adviser, David Toyis, was still able to enter the building through thumbprint access.
In a report prepared for the safety and security portfolio committee, Brown said the municipality's security was compromised because the company managing the security system – Afrisec – had failed to follow an instruction to cancel Toyis's thumb access.
Toyis was removed as political adviser when Wayile was fired seven months ago. He has returned to his old job as an assistant director in the municipality's human settlements department.
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