Egyptian actor and contractor Mohamed Ali said that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi deliberately insulted and overthrew the Minister of Transport, General Kamel Al-Wazir, who was the head of the Egyptian Engineering Authority.
Mohamed Ali, who has worked as a contractor with the Egyptian army for several years, said his disagreement with Kamel does not prevent him from recognizing his competence as an engineer officer, and that he is known in the army for his tireless work and continuous work.
Mohamed Ali explained that the increase in the popularity of Kamel al-Wazir during his time as chairman of the engineering body prompted those close to Sisi to warn him and plan to overthrow him.
Ali explained that Sisi had given the minister the portfolio of the Ministry of Transport and Communications after the tragedy of the Cairo train, the end of February, stressing that this is a prelude to the failure to charge against him in the event of any similar disaster.
He stressed that the minister refused to take over the ministry because of his gravity, but Sisi pressured him to accept, and then deliberately insulted him in a public conference, where he was asked to remain standing in a humiliating manner, which raised the ridicule of officers and officials next to the minister.
Mohamed Ali pointed to another incident, which is the promotion of Sisi Kamel al-Wazir to the rank of a team live, and in some disregard, and in a way contrary to military traditions and customs.
For nearly two weeks, Egyptians have watched with intense daily videos of Mohamed Ali accusing Sisi, his wife and several army commanders of corruption, and her rhetoric has grown in recent days by calling on Sisi to step down or face Egyptian demonstrations on Friday.