Calata House comforts Meth

 

The ANC in the Eastern Cape has issued a statement sharing its sadness at the bereavement of OR Tambo Mayor, Nomakhosazana Meth.

HotNews broke the story earlier of Meth’s two sons who passed away tragically in a vehicle crash.

Meanwhile, more details of the accident are emerging. An ANC leader in the OR Tambo region who was one of the first people at the scene of the accident has described it as “both horrific and puzzling”.

Speaking on condition of anonymity as he is not the designated ANC or family spokesperson, he said, “there were four occupants in the vehicle. The other two escaped without even a single scratch. It was as if the accident was meant to take the two boys’ lives and theirs alone.”

The full statement of the ANC:

For immediate release

6 January 2019

ANC EASTERN CAPE SENDS CONDOLENCES TO THE METH FAMILY

The African National Congress(ANC) in the Eastern Cape learnt with shock and sadness of the tragic passing of OR Tambo District Municipality Executive Mayor, Cde Nomakhosazana Meth’s two beloved sons.

Cde Meth’s two sons died tragically in car on Friday night (4th January 2019) around Mthatha. It is indeed a great loss for the family to lose two adult children who just finished their Matric and were going to be a source of inspiration not only to the family but to our country.

Words cannot adequately express the pain of losing such a young family members.Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time and we wish the Lord give Cde Nomakhosaza Meth strength.

We wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to family.May their souls rest in peace.

Funeral details will be forwarded later.

Issued by:
ANC Provincial Secretary- Cde Lulama Ngcukayitobi

Enquiries:
ANC Media & Liaison Officer
Judy Mpetsheni
Mobile No: 0636878267/0731176194

Gift Ngqondi
Head of Communications
Mobile No:0848439706/0849519924

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