Cyril Ramaphosa hopes election marketing campaign will finish the ANC’s factional battles
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa says factional battles within the celebration have taken a backseat as leaders marketing campaign to revive public confidence within the celebration.
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa on the marketing campaign path in Tlokwe in North West on 8 October 2021. Image: @MYANC/Twitter.
JOHANNESBURG – ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa says factional battles within the celebration have taken a backseat as leaders marketing campaign to revive public confidence within the ANC forward of the native authorities polls on 1 November.
Ramaphosa, accompanied by Premier Bushy Maape and members of the interim provincial committee, was within the North West on Friday the place he interacted with group members in Promosa and Ikageng in Potchefstroom.
Ramaphosa mentioned he was utilizing the marketing campaign path to unite his celebration.
“I am urging everybody, as president, to belong to at least one faction and that faction is a united African Nationwide Congress. I am seeing nice unity of goal, an important unity for the longer term so I am utilizing the election marketing campaign as a unifying power.”
Ramaphosa later mentioned he was assured the ANC would win the municipal elections.
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