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IFP: Statement by Musa Zondi, Inkatha Freedom Party spokesperson, on the IFP leaders nomination process (29/09/2009)

29th September 2009


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The Secretary-General and National Chairperson of the IFP today called upon members of the party not to stir up mischief in the run up to the Annual General Conference by nominating them or other candidates for the leadership.

Reverend Musa Zondi MP and Ms Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi in a joint-statement following yesterday's meeting of the party's National Executive Council said that it was unacceptable for members to nominate leadership candidates ahead of the conference.

Both Zondi and kaMagwaza-Msibi emphatically said that people should desist from misusing their names for a nomination process which they had shown no interest in and they should, rather, harness their energies to uniting and preparing the party for the 2011 local government election contest under the present leader.



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