Ngizwe Mchunu popularly known for his ‘’Ayikhale’’ slogan has written to the Office of President Cyril Ramaphosa on an urgent matter for meeting.
Ngizwe is the self claimed President of amaBhinca and former radio dj who was famously known during the riots as an alleged instigator.
His letter to Ramaphosa is dated 25 October 2021 and he states that he wants to meet with the head of state to attend to critical issues being faced by the public.
In his letter, Ngizwe states that their meeting should take place as a matter of urgency and should be before the upcoming local government elections.
He also states that as the President of amaBhinca, he has the grievances of the members of society who have various issues which they want to see being addressed and committed to before the elections.
The president’s office has not commented on the letter whether they acknowledge it but it is difficult to tell if the meeting will take place as Ramaphosa is up and running on the campaign trail of the ANC.
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