The IFP today announced that four of its
Members of Parliament have crossed the floor to join other
The National Spokesperson of the IFP, the
Rev Musa Zondi today said Gavin Woods, Vincent Ngema, and
Christopher Ngiba have left the IFP to join the National
Democratic Convention (Nadeco) and Len Joubert, the Democratic
Rev Zondi said, "The IFP does not
regret the departure of these four crosstitutes as they were not
leaders of substance rooted in any significant constituencies
within the IFP. Their departure will not leave a void within the
IFP as all of them had increasingly become lethargic in the
performance of their parliamentary duties."
Rev Zondi said that the only concern the
IFP have is the theft of its democratically earned seats which
this immoral floor-crossing legislation makes possible.
He said, "The IFP is not going to be
weakened by the departure of these crosstitutes, as it has
emerged from the recent Annual General Conference even with a
stronger resolve to resist all onslaughts directed against it,
and to grow from strength to strength."
He called upon loyal members of the IFP to
remain steadfast in its support of the Party, and to isolate them
and to make the life of these sell-outs difficult on the ground.
Rev Musa Zondi
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