Thaba Tseka, Sept. 29 — Rorisang Nkune aged 18, the first time voter from Liphookoaneng says it feels good to have an ink on his finger.
He was among the early birds that arrived early in the voting station to practice their right.
Speaking in an interview with the Agency he said he arrived at 6:00 in the morning at the voting center.
He said the reason he was so early is because he wanted to practice his democratic right as a youth.
Nkune further indicated that he comes from a family of politicians and he knows the importance of casting a ballot.
Talking about challenges they are faced with, he said they do not have portable drinking water and electricity in their village and therefore wants that to be addressed.
He therefore, appealed to the youth to practice their right as that is the only way to have their challenges addressed.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Malebohang Senkhane also shared the same sentiments as she said she had been voting since 2005 which was the first Local Government elections.
She said they have not seen any change and therefore they are hoping to see change every time they cast their ballots.
She was the first on the one and had arrived at the center at 5:30 am.
Katlehong voting center opened at exactly seven as expected.