Mbuyiseni Ndlozi expressed cynicism when he claimed that the ruling party is not invested in preserving the memory of the country’s fallen icons.
Commissar of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to Twitter on Wednesday, 7 April 2021, to comment on the ruling party’s intention to renovate the home of late struggle stalwart, Charlotte Maxeke. On the day, leaders of the African National Congress (ANC) visited her home in continued celebrations of Maxeke.
During the visit, the party reportedly promised to renovate the home. However, what stuck out was a board in a state of decay, which is suggested to have been erected at the dawn of democracy.
Ndlozi, in touching on the matter, suggested that not only are the words of the ruling party mere lip service, but that the ANC has failed to deliver on its promises on numerous occasions. Ndlozi highlighted how the homes of other struggle stalwarts have not been renovated or restored by the ruling party. Moreover, he suggested that it is time that South Africans realise that the ANC does not care at all.
See the post below.
Charlotte Maxeke House: NOT A MUSEUM
Winnie Mandela Brandfort House: NOT A MUSEUM
Nelson Mandela House: DECAYS INTO GHOST HOUSE
They following each other every year to these memorial sites as if they care about the memory of these icons! Don’t be fooled-they DON’T CARE AT ALL! pic.twitter.com/vKSPaRZVRz
— Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (@MbuyiseniNdlozi) April 7, 2021