ACM says the ANC has failed to address the issue of land within its 25 years of governing.
Addressing ACM members in Maluti TVET College, Bonamelo campus in Qwaqwa, Motsoeneng says those who possess land should have title deeds by now. He says the ANC has failed to deliver basic services and has assured people of Qwaqwa that their struggle for water and electricity will be a thing of the past when in power.
He also says his party will address issues of job opportunities.
“The ACM will create job opportunities and will make sure young people; students from the university will get experience. No one was born with experience; you have to acquire experience in the job.”
People came in numbers to join the newly established political party. Members of the movement were in a jovial mood singing and chanting songs in support of the movement.
Members who have just joined the party are hopeful that it will take them out of their predicament.
“ I didn’t know what to do with myself so that’s why I joined ACM. I’m not yet in varsity that’s why I joined ACM because I’m tired and there are no jobs. My mother is one of the most highly skilled people but she is not working,” says one of the people attending the ACM rally.
Motsoeneng has told people that if they vote for ACM there will be changes in the municipality.
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