IFP voices concern about a DA sms’s
Written by Lethiwe Mdluli on 9 April, 2019
By: Lindelani Mbatha
Inkatha Freedom Party Campaigns Committee Chairperson, Narend Singh, says they are concerned about the massage allegedly being circulated by the DA, instructing voters not to vote for smaller parties in the province.
Singh has been briefing media on the IFPs state of readiness ahead of the May 8 polls, at the party’s head office in Durban.
He says what the DA is doing is misleading.
“When a party like the DA, which prides itself in upholding constitutional principles can go out and say to South Africa in these kind of text messages and in unsolicited telephone calls, which even my wife gets, when someone phones you and its the leader of the party speaking, you cant speak back, you cant say anything. We don’t know whether it is ethical but we know it might be legal to excess phone numbers and email addresses. We all have our way to market our parties and we just believe that using this unethical method is not right,” says Singh.