MEDIA STATEMENT BY THE
INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY


IFP Takes Action Against eThekwini Councillor

11 April 2013    

  

The IFP has requested its eThekwini Councillor to resign, following his arrest for allegedly being involved in criminal activities.

 

Councillor Sakhi Ngcamu, of Ward 39, KwaMashu Hostel, was arrested a few weeks ago.

 

IFP Chairperson of the eThekwini Caucus, Mduduzi Nkosi, said today: 

"The IFP took a decision to request Councillor Ngcamu to resign from his position, following the serious allegations that have been levelled against him. Councillor Ngcamu complied with the Party's request."

 

For further information contact: Mduduzi Nkosi,

IFP EThekwini Caucus Chairperson,

0761331382.