'Mahumapelo must do the honourable thing and resign' says ANC's Sipho Diale

EWN reporter, Qaanitah Hunter says it is difficult to predict how the North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo matter will unfold. This comes after Mahumapelo's promise to resign from office on Tuesday.

Hunter says there are two ways how this can unfold. The first one is that; Mahumapelo can be defiant because he leads the PEC or he can respect the decision by top structure of the ANC and step down.

Things have changed dramatically from early this morning, Mahumapelo says the ANC has told him not to resign until they meet. They were set to this morning at 09h00 at MEC hall in Mahikeng. Mahumapelo and his supporters are going to flex their muscles in an effort to justify the nagging on his word of last night that he will step down.

EWN reporter, Qaanitah Hunter

Sipho Diale, ANCYL Provincial Secretary says Mahumapelo knows that the position was given to him and must do the honourable thing and resign.

He has been removing people as the leader of ANC as per the decisions of the PEC. So, when its time for him to be removed I'm sure he will go away.

Sipho Diale, ANCYL Provincial Secretary

Diale says they do not want to divulge their preference as the youth league on who they want in the position should Mahumapelo resign.

However, they want to warn against the continuation of the Mahumapelo legacy because they are against things he has been doing.

Listen to Qaanitah Hunter and Sipho Diale explaining the events surrounding Mahumapelo's matter.


This article first appeared on 702 : 'Mahumapelo must do the honourable thing and resign' says ANC's Sipho Diale


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