Meet a new ward 100 councillor

Following the Local Government Elections, which took place nationally on November 1, Ward 100 has a new councillor in the name of Lyborn Nkhumeleni Ndou.

Ndou becomes the first ever African National Congress (ANC) male councillor to be elected in the ward. In an interview, he said he feels honoured to be elected as the councillor.

“it is a great feeling and an honour,” he said. “I would like to thank all voters who went to the polls and voted for me. Together we will transform the ward.”

Ndou, who is the former SANCO chairperson, said being the first male ward 100 councillor does not put him under pressure because he knows the community very well.

“Now that I have won the seat, I will represent all the citizens of the ward without favour. There is need to bring changes in the community. There is need for a proper and bigger police station, bigger clinic, sports grounds and all carwashes must have drains. There is also need to have one Youth Forum, one Women’s Forum, and one Business Forum.”

Ndou said power cuts is another challenge that needs to be dealt with in the community.

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