ActionSA has welcomed Kgosi Kwena Mangope as the chairperson of the party in the North West.
The son of the leader of the erstwhile Bophuthatswana homeland during the apartheid era, Lucas Mangope, announced that he had joined ActionSA in an event held in Mahikeng on Saturday.
The party says the appointment of the former military man and a traditional leader of Bahurutshe boo-Manyane at Motswedi village in Lehurutshe, as the party chairperson in the North West, is the right step towards regaining the province’s former glory.
“We are pleased that we have been able to attract someone of the calibre of Kgosi Mangope. A man who shares our passion for human development, the restoration of South Africa’s glory and pride. Someone who is particularly determined to help bring about the improvement of lives of all people, focusing specifically on those living in rural areas,” says Lerato Ngobeni, ActionSA spokesperson.
The appointment of Kgosi Mangope could not have come at a more opportune time, following ActionSA’s groundbreaking contribution in the removal from power of the ANC in the 6 municipalities we contested in these last elections.https://t.co/NPeycYOk3L
— ActionSA (@Action4SA) December 18, 2021