He added that he will be joining such leaders in exploring the possibility of building an inclusive political alternative that will take SA into the future.
“I am excited and emboldened by the possibilities of what a new generation can bring to our country. It’s time for all of us who believe something new is required to rise collectively.
“The SA people deserve a country where all are free and secure to pursue a life of happiness and wellbeing. This requires bold, decisive leadership that gives power back to the people and enables them to work together in developing and implementing solutions that work for their communities.”
He also thanked colleagues — activists, members, staff and public representatives of the DA — with whom he shared two decades, wishing them well in the future.
Gana is the latest to join the exodus that has seen the DA lose many of its young leaders.
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