ACDP leader Reverend Kenneth Meshoe believes his party has solutions to the challenges facing the country. Speaking to party supporters, councillor candidates and church leaders in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, Meshoe said the country needs what he termed Godly governance.
Meshoe is on a campaign trail in Mbombela. He lamented the state of roads and quality of water in some parts of the City of Mbombela. The ACDP will be contesting the elections in the City of Mbombela, Thaba Chweu and Steve Tshwete municipalities in the province.
” This nation has a calling from God to be a model among nations of the world, its going to happen, but Christians must stop acting from a point of fear, we need a strong a position a for the past 27 years we have been speaking strong position. We don’t need a strong position but Godly governance,” Meshoe elaborates.
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During the party’s manifesto launch in Johannesburg at the beginning of October, Meshoe put emphasis on fighting corruption in the public sector
Meshoe said under the current government, corruption had crippled, and in some cases collapsed the country’s institutions.
He said the time had come for appointments in municipalities to be based on merit and not on affiliation because people want service delivery.
Meshoe sat down with SABC News political Mzwandile Mbeje for a one-on-one on the party’s campaign and manifesto: