Sunday , May 16 2021

ANC marks Msimang's criminal complaint for Alex's protest on "desperate nonsense"



Solly Msimanga filed a lawsuit against ANC at Alexandra Police Station on Sunday, arguing that this week ANC is guilty of violent protests in the area.

Prosecutor Solly Msimanga at Alexandra Police Station filed an indictment against ANC for inciting violence in the area. Image: Twitter @SollyMsimanga.

JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress (ANC) reacted to what he called "Desperate Madness" by Prime Minister Gauteng of the Democratic Alliance (Gauteng) Solly Msimang to file a criminal complaint against the party for allegedly fueling violence at Alexandra.

Msimanga filed a lawsuit against the party at Alexandra Police Station on Sunday, claiming this week is guilty of violent protests in the area.

Residents involved in the closure of the area to demand, among other things, better accommodation and services.

However, Msimanga said he wants General Khehla Sitole's national commissioner to consider alleging that the ANC is behind the rush in Alexandria.

– The African National Congress recorded the most recent desperate anticlimax that was taken by Solly Msimanga from DA. Instead of summoning Alexandra to the mass failures of Hermann Mashab and the prosecutor, Solly Msimanga decides to bark on the wrong tree. The whole thing would be ridiculous not to be so serious.

Although ANC does not want to respond to the political tricks of Solly Msimange, filing a criminal complaint against ANC is attempting to draw attention to the failure to provide services to prosecutors in Alexandria and Herman Mashabi. That will not work, "ANC spokeswoman Dakota Legoete said.

He added: "We are inviting Hermana Mashab, even in this late hour, to stop running and hiding from Alexander's people, and he has to listen to people and respond to their concerns."

ANC said he did not apologize for standing on Alexandrine's side.

"They deserve good management and service delivery, not political games played by Mashab and Msimanga," said Dakota.


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