With the races settled and as politicians start arrangements this end of the week, a hesitant inhabitant is offended subsequent to being "set on the ballot as a ward councilor" without his insight or assent.
Mthethwa, an agent of Independent South African National Civic Organization (Isanco), got an approach the day of the nearby government races letting him know that his name and his face were on ANC banners at one of the democratic stations close to where Mthethwa resides.
"I was going to my mom's burial service when I got the consider illuminating me that my photo was on banners as an ANC up-and-comer. I was stunned at the news since I had never enrolled with any ideological group and I have no goal of turning into a councilor
Mthethwa said he went to affirm the matter at the democratic station and afterward made a beeline for eShowe Police station to open a case.
Sakhiseni Mabaso, the ANC up-and-comer who was on the ballot, said he knew about the matter yet didn't remark further.
Recently, SAPS representative Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said they knew about the matter and an instance of misrepresentation was being investigated.
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