The IFP in the uMgungundlovu area has raised grave concerns about ANC councillors who are using food parcels to buy support.
“These councillors are telling people to pay R20 for food parcels and thereafter they take pictures of them for party membership. Without paying this fee people are not getting anything. We see this as ANC dirty tactics to recruit members under the banner of food parcels. They are using food parcels because they know that people are hungry and unemployed and it’s easy to trick them with food,” said IFP Leader in Vulindlela, Mr David Ntombela.
“People must not be fooled by these tricks as this is a once-off event and they will not see those ANC councillors after they have paid the R20. The IFP will hold a mass community meeting tomorrow in Vulindlela Hall at 10am to discuss this matter and other social ills happening in the Vulindlela Area,” concluded Mr Ntombela.
Issued by IFP