The AP Young Progressives President Jacob Kelebeng has challenged President Masisi to walk the talk on his promises. The youthful Kelebeng who was the Takatokwane parliamentary candidate has expressed his concerns ahead of tomorrow’s SONA address.
Kelebeng says, President Masisi must address issues surrounding our education, brigades students have been left stranded for almost a year, and the government have gone silent about it..we can’t be getting every issue surrounding corruption from courts and media while the government accounting officers are relaxed at the comfort of their air conditioned offices..
we need answers on job creation, the youth are roaming streets, so we need a clear roadmap from the President Masisi’s government.
It’s time for constitutional reform, all tribes must be equal, 3 organs of the government must be independent, we can’t afford to have, there must be a transitional period before every elections, to avoid a situation where the outgoing president and the cabinet abuse state resources to their advantage until the elections day, which is unfair to other competitors.
The political party funding is necessary, we can’t call ourselves a beacon of democracy in Africa re gaisiwa le ke bo Zimbabwe ka party funding”
The AP Young turks also are expected to host a press conference on Tuesday morning..