Does the use of stalwarts for campaigns increase political party’s credibility?

Ralph Mathekga, political analyst, has used the African National Congress (ANC) as an example of a party that uses stalwarts to campaign for the upcoming local government elections.

Mathekga says anyone who cannot make a compelling story for you to vote for them will call upon history and the elders.

It’s the way to extract a guilt vote and people are aware of that and feel they are taken for a ride.

Ralph Mathekga, political analyst.
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