African National Congress is the decision party in the republic of South Africa, and we anticipate that its individuals should act as poeple who are rulling and making laws.
Tragically we observe them being among individuals overstepping laws which they've set right into it as the decision party.
This was not interestingly Comrade Madoda Papiyana got captured for a similar charge. He was seen on the video at the station declining to let the authorities takes blood for proof.
It was so humiliating, all the more particularly being finished by an entire chief who should live as a visual cue. How then, at that point, will he address individuals not to drive drunk, how then, at that point, will he advises individuals to submit to rules and guidelines while himself can't?
It is about time that the decision party creates strategy that wi manage pioneers who doesn't submit to rules and guidelines of the country.
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