The IFP would like to convey its heartfelt condolences to the family of a newly appointed KZN MEC of Community Safety and Liaison and Transport, Hon. Bheki Ntuli.
It is sad that Hon Ntuli assumed his new political duties on a sad note after the mysterious death of one of his sons. We send condolences to the Ntuli family and friends and we wish them strength and comfort during this painful and very difficult time.
The IFP also welcomes Hon Bheki Ntuli’s appointment as the new MEC of Community Safety and Liaison and Transport in KwaZulu-Natal. It is indeed a well-deserved appointment. We witnessed his hard work and commitment while he served as the Chairperson of Community Safety and Liaison. As senior leader we have confident on him that he will perform his duties diligently, and trustworthy.
As the IFP we hope that the MEC is aware of the challenges in his department that needs to be addressed. We however, have high hopes that the MEC will work tirelessly in addressing crime in the Province as it is the duty of his department to keep citizens safe.
We believe that he will also work closely with newly appointed KZN Provincial Police Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula in eradicating illegal guns that are used in committing crimes and killing public representatives in KwaZulu-Natal.
The IFP will not shy away from the fact that it will hold the MEC accountable and offer credit where it is due.
Mr Blessed Gwala,MPL
IFP National Chairperson & KZN Spokesperson on Community Safety and Liaison,
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