In this year’s Election, the people of Nelson Mandela Bay have the opportunity to elect a government that delivers better services, cuts corruption, creates jobs, and fights gangsterism and crime.
Today, I stood in line with those registering to vote in PE’s Northern Areas. For too long we have been at the mercy of rampant unemployment, corruption, unacceptable housing backlogs, dilapidating RDP homes, murderous gangsterism and drugs – all because the ANC government in NMB has given up on delivering a better future.
While 80% of NMB residents feel unsafe after dark, the DA would work tirelessly to make every citizen feel safe after dark. Opportunities to get ahead in life cannot continue to be stolen by gangsters and criminals who own more and more of our streets. But first, residents need to register to vote, this weekend.
In a safe city, residents should trust their government to safeguard every aspect of their community’s welfare.
The DA is set on winning Nelson Mandela Bay to turn the tide on crime and gangsterism and build a Metro that looks after its residents.
Registering to vote is the first step to bringing change. If any eligible person doesn’t register, they cannot vote, and cannot be part of change in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Every eligible voter needs to be registered in the ward in which they currently live. Any voter who has moved since the last election must re-register, in order to vote in their ward.
Change is coming to NMB, and with it a new era of freedom, fairness and opportunity.
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