LOMAHASHA: Ndumiso Masimula, the Lomahasha Member of Parliament (MP) has joined the growing list of MPs who are calling for democratic reforms.
Speaking during a press conference on Friday morning at Lomahasha, the MP said all Lomahasha residents have spoken in one voice since the current government has failed them adding that he would be leading the protest against the killing of civilians and the calls for democratic reforms.
“As an MP I will make sure that I move a motion in Parliament calling for the amendment of the Constitution so that the people can be able to elect their government from MPs to the Prime Minister. We want a government that will look after the interests of the people, not a government that will shoot people for demanding for their rights”, said the MP
Lomahasha residents will be petitioning the National Commissioner of Police, William Dlamini demanding that he retract his ‘war statement’ and the arrest of all those who are implicated in the killing of dozens of civilians during the recent protests for democratic reforms.
In an earlier interview with this publication, Mduduzi ‘Bacede’ Mabuza,the Hosea MP said there were 33 MPs who were supporting the calls for democratic reforms and 17 of them were ready to go public.
“Actually, there are 33 MPs so far who are supporting the calls for democratic reforms behind the scenes and 17 of them are ready to go public .We are working as a team, others are behind the scenes providing the necessary support and advice to some of us who are at the forefront”, said the Hosea MP
Lomahasha MP Ndumiso Masimula