South African Religious leaders threatens to “shut the country for good” if the MK party fails to win

South African Religious leaders threatens to “shut the country for good” if the MK party fails to win

Religious leaders in KwaZulu-Natal have delivered a stern ultimatum to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), asserting their intention to “shut the country for good” if the MK party fails to secure a two-thirds majority in the upcoming elections.

During an MK rally, Pastor Vader Maluleke passionately conveyed the message that the 2024 elections must grant the MK party and its leader, Nxamalala, a significant majority.

He warned that if the ANC retains power, they will take drastic measures to close South Africa permanently.

Maluleke, addressing the IEC directly, emphasized the importance of conducting the elections correctly.

He issued a veiled threat, stating, “We are coming for you,” without revealing the specific religious and traditional leaders he represented.

The statement underscores the high stakes and intensity surrounding the electoral landscape.

MK Rally and Jacob Zuma’s Address

The MK rally, held in KwaXimba near Cato Ridge outside Durban, featured former President Jacob Zuma addressing the crowd.

Zuma endorsed the MK party as the only viable choice for positive change, urging attendees to cast their votes accordingly.

He expressed dissatisfaction with President Cyril Ramaphosa, accusing him of disregarding resolutions from previous Nasrec conferences.

Zuma asserted that the ANC is ailing, emphasizing his exclusion from the last conference where he was denied the opportunity to speak.

MK Party’s Focus on Free Education

Thulani Gamede, the MK party’s rally coordinator in KwaXimba, highlighted the party’s commitment to prioritizing free education.

Gamede drew attention to Zuma’s previous advocacy for free education, criticizing the ANC for its failure to implement this policy.

While addressing thousands of MK party supporters, Gamede stated that their mandate extends beyond education to include the pressing issue of land ownership.

The rally served as a platform to emphasize the party’s key priorities and positions.

The dynamic interaction between religious leaders, political figures, and the electorate underscores the charged atmosphere surrounding the upcoming elections, with the MK party positioning itself as a formidable contender for change.

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