By AFRICA KA MAHAMBA
ABOUT 5 000 PEOPLE attended a public meeting called by ANC Tshwane Ward 90 councilor Enos Chiloane at Extension 6 on Sunday.
Chiloane has slaughtered a cow to make sure that everyone who attended imbizo go home on a full stomach. Pensioners were also delivered to their doorsteps with the help of more than twenty Toyota Ventures that help to carry them to their homes.
Chiloane one of the hard-working councilors in Tshwane revealed to members of the community that three more schools are going to be built to add the number of schools in Ward 90.
“Because education is important to our children we are going to build three more schools which are two primary schools in Block VV and Extension 6 Soshanguve. A high school in Extension 7 will also be built.
“At the moment we have only four schools in our ward and the new schools will add the schools to seven. We don’t want to see our children traveling a long distance to get a better education. We have built more than 4 000 RDP houses in the ward and we are still building more than 170 houses in Extension 6 because we fulfill our promises to the people,” said Chiloane.
Chiloane condemned those who are delaying development by stopping the projects in the community.
“There are those who are going around stopping projects, inform us about such people because Minister Cele will deploy police to deal with them. Inform us about people who are stopping projects and we will inform the police because we want services in our areas. n the 8 May go and vote ANC,” added Chiloane.
Tshwane ANC Election officer, Victor Seroka speaking the meeting said between 2011 and 2016 73 informal settlement were eradicated in Tshwane.
Seroka said the DA administration is failing to bring services to the people that is why the city full of potholes and blocked sewage.
“The ANC managed to eradicate about 73 informal settlements in Tshwane and also provide services such as electricity and water.
“The DA has stopped services to some of these informal settlements. On the 8 May go and vote ANC,” said Seroka. firstname.lastname@example.org