ANCWL members are prepared to protect their corrupt President and the Guptas with their buttocks but Free State COPE Women Movement wouldn’t fold its arms whilst Zuma is destroying South Africa.
Congress Of The People (COPE) said it has since 2008, only witnessed hardships under the current leadership of Jacob Zuma.
“Our people are getting poorer and loose jobs, service delivery has slowed down or came to a halt, the government is on a wrong direction, corruption is increasing, leaders are enriching themselves and the ruling elite violate the rule of law and the Constitution,” COPE highlighted.
In line with the foregoing, Free State Cope Women movement made it “categorically clear” that they are supporting the call made by Cope and other political parties for President Zuma to step down.
“Under Zuma’s leadership, we’ve seen him and the ANC trampling over the Constitution. The last straw was when our after-nine President reshuffled the cabinet at midnight recalling the Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his Deputy Mcebisi Jonas.
“In our view, this was not a genuine and honest reshuffle based on performance and evaluation because if it was, Ministers such as Bathabile Dlamini, Faith Muthambi, Mosebenzi Zwane could have been kicked out because their performance is dismal.
“This is a shame to a young democracy like ours and a joke that a country can have four (4) Finance Ministers within 2 years.
“Despite all this, we’ve heard how ANCWL members are prepared to protect their corrupt President and the Guptas with ALL they have even with their buttocks if it comes to a push,” stated FS Cope Women Movement.
Furthermore, the Movement reminded Women of South Africa about the 1956 Women’s march saying:
“…About 20 000 (not ANC Women but Women of South Africa) took to the streets fighting for their rights and the came out victorious.
“We must not allow them to turn in their graves because we have disappointed them irrespective of our political affiliation, colour, culture…We must all stand up and join hands with other South Africans who are shouting ‘Enough is Enough’…!”
FS Cope Women Movement affirmed that it’s now important more than ever to defend the future of SA children.