IFP Notes Letter by IFPYB Regarding National Convention Declaration

Aug 19, 2023 | Press Releases

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) notes the letter of the IFP Youth Brigade (IFPYB) regarding its concerns over the declaration – the Multi-Party Charter for South Africa – signed by the Party at the recently held National Convention.

The Party finds the IFPYB letter to be hasty, in that both the IFPYB National Chairperson and National Secretary are full-time members of the IFP NEC by virtue of their positions; accordingly, they have jumped the gun to arrive at conclusive decisions, pronouncements and proposals without having been briefed on the outcomes of the National Convention.

The IFP delegation to the National Convention, led by the IFP President, is due to brief the NEC on Monday, and the IFPYB is ordinarily free to respond to the outcomes at the meeting.

Mkhuleko Hlengwa MP
IFP National Spokesperson
071 111 0539

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