ANC BOKONE BOPHIRIMA BRANCHES RESOLVE TO FIGHT THE ANTI-ZUMA AND ANTI-ANC REGIME CHANGE AGENDA
09/04/2017 Dakota Legoete
The African National Congress (ANC) in Bokone Bophirima convened the Tsetsepela Cadres' Assemblies on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 April in all regions of the province.
The objective of the Tsetsepela Cadres' Assemblies was to mobilise branches and public representatives against the Regime Change Agenda disguise as a call for
President Jacob Zuma to resign.
All the regions endorsed the way forward provided by the extended National Working Committee meeting of last week, which resolved to put a stop to leaders of the ANC
behaving in a manner that causes disunity in the organisation.
The Tsetsepela Cadres' Assemblies also dealth with policy conference discussion framework.
The ANC Bokone Bophirima Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) Officials are happy with the resoluteness demonstrated by its branches to challenge and defeat the
anti-Zuma and anti-ANC coalition campaign.
On Monday 10 April the ANC provincial leadership will meet all Bokone Bophirima MPs to give them a mandate that will ensure that they do not connive with the
opposition in Parliament on 18 April and beyond.