The African People’s Convention (APC) has added its voice to the calls for the National Executive Council of the African National Congress (ANC) to recall President Jacob Zuma as soon as possible for the sake of stability in the country.
National Chairperson of the APC Enerst Hlathi says former black leaders such as PAC founder Robert Sobukwe should be turning in their graves regards the state of affairs under the leadership of ANC and in particular Jacob Zuma.
Hlathi addressed a memorial lecture for Sobukwe in Molorwe village outside Rustenburg in North West.
“It will be better that the man calls it quits because really the people of this country have seen enough of him, they do not want him anymore. So if the ANC is wise they will tell him to resign so that they can have their programme, so the sooner they take him out so that they concentrate on a way of dealing with the problems of this country,” says Hlathi.
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