'When your father's home is on fire, take a bucket to douse flames': Tokyo Sexwale joins ANC campaign trail in Gauteng

"When your father's home is on fire, you don't think twice; you take a bucket and join us to douse the flames." These are the words of ANC veteran Tokyo Sexwale during his party's campaign trail in Gauteng."You will talk later about what caused the fire and what caused the problems but for now, when you are a soldier on the trenches as Chris Hani was, when there are problems inside the family, they can wait. The house is on fire and that's why we are here," he said.After years of absence from the political space, the former Gauteng Premier, Sexwale, joined the ANC's election campaign in Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg, on Tuesday. His aim is to revive the people's spirits and mobilise voters ahead of the elections.WATCH: Former Gauteng Premier Cde Tokyo Sexwale speaks to media ahead of his ANC Campaign Trail in Katlehong, emphasising the need to revive the ANC#LetsDoMoreTogether #Vote pic.twitter.com/EmwLu3KGBZ— Gauteng ANC #VoteANC (@GautengANC) May 7, 2024 The 2024 national and provincial elections are scheduled to be held on May 29, which is just three weeks from now.During a doorstep interview, Sexwale told the media that the ANC was facing difficulties as the elections were looming and it needed massive support to remain in power and continue serving the people of South Africa.HAPPENING NOW: Former Gauteng Premier Cde Tokyo Sexwale has arrived in Katlehong where he will be leading the ANC Campaign Trail ⚫️

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'When your father's home is on fire, take a bucket to douse flames': Tokyo Sexwale joins ANC campaign trail in Gauteng

"When your father's home is on fire, you don't think twice; you take a bucket and join us to douse the flames." These are the words of ANC veteran Tokyo Sexwale during his party's campaign trail in Gauteng.

"You will talk later about what caused the fire and what caused the problems but for now, when you are a soldier on the trenches as Chris Hani was, when there are problems inside the family, they can wait. The house is on fire and that's why we are here," he said.

After years of absence from the political space, the former Gauteng Premier, Sexwale, joined the ANC's election campaign in Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg, on Tuesday. His aim is to revive the people's spirits and mobilise voters ahead of the elections.

The 2024 national and provincial elections are scheduled to be held on May 29, which is just three weeks from now.

During a doorstep interview, Sexwale told the media that the ANC was facing difficulties as the elections were looming and it needed massive support to remain in power and continue serving the people of South Africa.

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