Any aspiring pro-democracy Member of Parliament(MP) who will stand for elections at Sigwe Inkhundla will need a magic to defeat David Cruizer Ngcamphalala, the Minister of Tinkhundla.
It should be noted that Cruizer is not highly educated but naturally clever,he seems to understand the dynamics of the Tinkhundla system of governance.
People in the rural areas are hungry,broke and desperate for jobs, you need to feed them first even before you speak about issues of democracy.
Hunger does not require a long-term solution, it’s an urgent crisis and anyone who provides a grocery will definitely grab the attention of the voters.
Tinkhundla Minister David Cruizer Ngcamphalala is not popular on social media, if we can post his picture on Facebook, he can receive few likes but he is more stronger on ground.
But apart from that, we need to understand that even those who want to participate in the coming undemocratic elections, whether pro or anti-Tinkhundla they have one agenda in common,to earn over fifty-thousand(R50,000.00)salary per-month.
So the common agenda that unites those who want to vote or be voted to Parliament is hunger and a desire for a better life.
In fact those who are misleading the people that they will change the Tinkhundla system inside Parliament are not different from Cruizer, the ultimate benefit is the same, a fifty thousand Rands(R50,000.00) salary.
David Cruizer Ngcamphalala has been working the ground the past few months and the results were witnessed last weekend, surely, the influential Sigwe MP might be re-elected on the 29th September 2023.
In the rural areas, the are people who know nothing and have no interest on issues of democracy, all they want is development, those are the voters of David Cruizer Ngcamphalala.
The Tinkhundla Minister was right when he alleged that most youth members don’t vote.
I am tempted to say;that is true because if Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs can play on elections day, most young people would be sitting in front of Television(TV) sets watching soccer.
Senior citizens are the most loyal voters you can trust and that’s the stronghold of David Cruizer Ngcamphalala.
Last weekend, evidence was there for everyone to see that the Tinkhundla Minister “is more popular at Sigwe” whether aspiring pro-democracy MPs like it or not.
It’s true that Cruizer is one of the influncial supporters of the current regime but, if he is favored by the people, he will bounce-back to Parliament.
Perhaps,now aspiring pro-democracy MPs understand that elections are not about Facebook likes but real numbers, Cruizer is backed by numbers at Sigwe and he might win.
OVER 3000 RESIDENTS: Tinkhundla Minister Cruizer Ngcamphalala might be re-elected as Sigwe MP whether aspiring pro-democracy MPs likes it or not.