Former Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans Association spokesperson, Carl Niehaus who is battling with the ANC to turn down his 'unfair' dismissal from his Luthuli House employment seem to have declared war on president Cyril Ramaphosa and his allies.
Carl Niehaus said the current leadership of the ANC doesn't deserve loyal members because they are betraying the gains of the revolution to the white monopoly capital.
"We in ANC do not deserve these wonderful, incredibly loyal, members and supporters. We really have to pull up our socks! The leaders who fail us, and betray us to #WMC, must go," he said.
Carl Niehaus who also went to support the war veterans who were granted bail on Saturday after spending days in prison for allegedly holding ministers hostage is fuming at how the ANC leadership is treating these old people for fought in the liberation struggle.
He says war veterans are being abused and harassed.
"Military veterans who fought for our liberation being abused, harassed and imprisoned by our own @MYANC government... Times of our life," he said.
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