Mayor Ndlela wants your questions on the city

2015-07-17 08:09
Mayor of Pietermaritzburg City, Chris Ndlela.

Mayor of Pietermaritzburg City, Chris Ndlela. (Jonathan Burton)

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“GOT a question for the Msunduzi ­Municipality Mayor? Then ask .... ­Mayor Chris Ndlela on #AskChrisN”

Following in the steps of DA leader Mmusi Maimane’s #AskMmusi Twitter frenzy, Msunduzi mayor Chris Ndlela is urging residents to talk to him about the city in the build-up to the State of the City address at the Royal Agricultural Showgrounds on July 31.

Msunduzi Municipality acting spokesperson Nqobile Madonda said the mayor and the municipality wants to know what your feelings are toward the city.

“Residents can ask the mayor any questions they want or even make suggestions of what they would want the mayor to talk about or feature in his State of the City address,” said Madonda.

As part of the marketing for the State of the City address, residents and visitors of Pietermaritzburg are asked to take a selfie or a picture and publish them on Twitter to @CityofChoice_1 using any of the following hashtags: #SOCA, ­#AskChrisN or #MsunduziMarketing

“We want to hear from you. Whether you’re happy, sad, have a complaint or a compliment — we’re here to help,” said Nqobile.

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