ACDP promises to prioritise housing, crime in Paarl
ACDP President Kenneth Meshoe says if voted into power, the party will make good on its promises.
CAPE TOWN - African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) President Kenneth Meshoe has been campaigning in Paarl east in the Western Cape this afternoon.
The party is embarking on one of the final campaigns in the Drakenstein Municipality before scores of South Africans head to the polls this coming Wednesday.
Meshoe, along with a band of party members and supporters, are painting the streets of Paarl East white, blue and red.
Campaigning in the gang ridden community of Chicago, Meshoe has assured residents the party will prioritise their grievances around a lack of housing and high crime levels.
He adds if voted into power, the ACDP will make good on its promises.
"The ACDP is a political party that consists of men and women who care for people."
- EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) July 30, 2016
The party is targeting five of the 31 wards in the Drakenstein Municipality.