Sanco hit campaign trail in Botshabelo to lure voters to tick ‘X’ for ANC!

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The South African National Civic Organisation (SANCO) in the Free State took a stint during this weekend, as it lobbied for votes for the African National Congress in Botshabelo, as days draw closer to the final day of the elections next week Monday.

SANCO provincial coordinator Tshoeute Matutle, led the election campaign, and added that the organisation is on its backfoot to rally for the ANC.

In his words, Matutle said, the ruling party is up in arms to complete its job to better the lives of the people of Botshabelo.

“Through our interaction with the Mangaung local municipality or metro as SANCO, they have committed to us that the services will be speedily coming to us,” he said.

“We will be there in street committees, zones with the locals to ensure that we deliver on the promises we make to our people.

“We are saying to our people let’s give the ruling party one more chance through our candidate who is a SANCO member in Ward 33 and vote ANC,” he added.

Matutle said the organisation is hoping that the ANC will bring changes to the city, and that more industries will be opened for job creation.

Botshabelo’s population has stagnated over the last three years, the economic predicaments has led to many factories closed down in which resulted into large-scale retrenchments and rising unemployment.

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