ACDP aims for 20% of Cape vote
ACDP President Kenneth Meshoe campaigned at the Kraaifontein Old Age Home yesterday.
CAPE TOWN - The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) is confident it can win 20% of the vote in the Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality.
ACDP President Kenneth Meshoe campaigned at an old age home in Kraaifontein yesterday.
He'll visit Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain today ahead of the local government elections on Wednesday.
Meshoe was welcomed by a jovial group of supporters at the home.
He told residents one of the founding principles of the party is freedom of religion, adding the party does not only serve Christians, but all citizens.
"When a person is a leader we are called to serve everybody. We don't ask the question whether you have faith or not."
Meshoe says the party is growing and aiming for a fifth of the vote in the Cape Town Metro.