- Former President, Jacob Zuma, says everyone must vote for the ANC, even opposition parties
- Zuma feels the 2019 elections are even more vital than the 1994 elections
- According to Zuma, the ANC is the 'beginning and the end' - the 'Alpha and Omega'
According to SA's former president, Jacob Zuma, the 2019 elections are even more important than the 1994 elections.
Zuma was addressing a huge crowd in Clermont, KZN during an ANC campaign.
News24 reports that Zuma is convinced that poverty will be eradicated once the land issued is sorted out.
When we voted for the first time, we were excited and happy that former president Nelson Mandela was released from prison. We have serious challenges now which need us to be tough and disciplined. Even opposition members must vote for the ANC, but remain in their parties.
Zuma went on to say that South Africans should be bothered that people say the land is theirs, but they weren't born there.
The former president also said he would compare the ANC to the "Alpha and Omega".
The ANC is the beginning and the end. If you love your party and you are sentimental, I'm not fighting with you. But cast your vote where it will be put into good use and then stay in your party.
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