Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

‘We will not enter into a coalition with the ANC in KZN’ : IFP President Hlabisa

IFP President Velenkosini Hlabisa on a battle field. 

Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) President Velenkosini Hlabisa says the IFP won't shape alliances with the African National Congress (ANC). 

Alliance talks are in progress for the 21 draped committees in the area. 

The IFP has likewise settled a group that will deal with building up the party's job in the hung regions where it has the biggest number of votes. 

The party held 13 regions generally in the northern pieces of the region. 

LGE 2021 | IFP on a positive direction of development: Mkhuleko Hlengwa 

Hlabisa says the party won't think about alliances with parties that training prejudice or defilement. 

"Where we will oversee as a main party in KZN we won't go into an alliance with the ANC. This is for basic reasons, the ANC has not been straightforward with us before. They have let down individuals of the nation and the citizens unmistakably articulated their thoughts with regards to the ANC," says Hlabisa. 

Hlabisa says they won't be reluctant to review failing to meet expectations agents. 

"We have no goal of going to the citizens in 2024 to apologize for our terrible showing And request one more opportunity, we are not ready. Smugness and unremarkable administrations won't go on without serious consequences great and equipped administration is the thing that individuals need we will give the electorate each motivation to trust in the IFPS strong record of uprightness and great administration," says Hlabisa. 

In the interim, Hlabisa hosts expressed gratitude toward the get-together's author and President Emeritus Mangosuthu Buthelezi for establishing a solid framework for the party.


Content created and supplied by: Sophielord34 (via Opera News )

ANC IFP Inkatha Freedom Party KZN Velenkosini Hlabisa


Load app to read more comments