32 days to Elections | Social media reminding the ANC about what they did to an old lady
It's that time of the year where we will be seeing long lines of people going to vote for their chosen political parties. The ANC leadership is going all out visiting the people.
What is being noticed is that they are no longer preaching about Stage 4 of covid 19. It was expected that this October will be a very bad month as a new variant of this pandemic was to start. Since the mission to postpone the elections failed, it seems as if the stage 4 was postponed. The ANC President has been moving around encouraging people to vote for his party, unfortunately at some places Before Ramaphosa's arrival, a handful of people protested the ANC's ward candidate selection process.
However, the heavily-guarded president Ramaphosa addressed them without any fear. Ramaphosa told the community that the matter was receiving attention, but could only be resolved after the 1 November election, meaning they can not make any changes now.
President Ramaphosa told the protesters to take the new posters and encouraged people to vote for the ANC.
That appeared to appease the group's leaders.
The President did not end there as he then moved to a different location in Tembisa, with Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina and Gauteng Premier David Makhura campaigning for the upcoming elections.
He was given a very warmer welcome and visited few households handing out yellow ANC t-shirts promising housing and service delivery if they vote for the African National Congress.
Social media has been showing a different story as there are many people promising to teach the ANC a lesson with these elections. Pictures of ANC members beating an old woman in public were shared around and asking people if this is the party that should be voted?.
These pictures were taken long before the elections but are now used against the ANC.
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