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We are coming to your doorsteps- ANC says after assassination of comrades

At a time when there is so much chaos and violence in the KwaZulu-Natal Province, the ANC has on the 16th of October 2021 vowed to implement one controversial strategy. Yesterday, members of the party were attacked by an armed assailant and three people were gunned down at Cato Crest, west of Durban.

According to a report which was published by the SAfm News, the ANC leadership in KwaZulu-Natal has visited the home of the slain ANC candidate. The deceased was called Siyabonga Mkhize and he was a candidate for the eThekwini municipality's ward 101. Mkhize was gunned down last night when he was in a bakkie after carrying out an election campaign.

Addressing the family today, the ANC leadership called for interventions to curb criminal elements within the party. Factional fights have rocked the ANC for too long and they threaten to tear down the party apart.

In the address by the provincial leadership, they said they believe that those responsible for the attack are within the party. This exposed how dirty politics within the ANC is as it seems like most of the comrades have blood on their hands.

In response to the incident and claims by the ANC leadership, the family of the deceased comrade stated that they are distraught and shocked following the assassination. The family lost their breadwinner and they highlighted the extent of the trauma they have been inflicted by this attack.

Members of the public when they learnt that the ANC comrades are believing that the deceased was gunned down by a hitman hired by fellow ANC members, they condemned the attitude. It can best be described as a situation in which the ANC comrades are being driven by greed to get their dirty paws into the cookie jar.

It is yet to be seen if the electorate will vote in such filth to govern them.


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