The African Transformation Movement (ATM) says it has parted ways with journalist and entertainer Kuli Roberts days subsequent to reporting her as its Ward 65 contender for Tshwane for the 1 November city decisions.
A short assertion from the party declared: "Because of unanticipated and classified conditions, it is as of now absurd to expect to have Nomakula Roberts as a part and ward councilor of the African Transformation Movement.
"Further to the abovementioned, Ms. Nomakula Roberts needed to venture down both as the part and ward councilor applicant of the ATM. The African Transformation Movement wishes her well in the entirety of her undertakings."
It was endorsed by the party's Gauteng common secretary Elliot Mabaso.
Last week, the ATM trumpeted her as "Worker Kuli" in reporting her appointment for the party headed by Mzwanele Manyi.
In the declaration, Manyi stated: "The unrivaled kuliroberts has joined the triumphant group. Worker Kuli has joined to serve individuals of South Africa. Worker Kuli is ATM Councilor Candidate for Ward 65 in Tshwane. We hope everything turns out great for her."
Manyi is additionally the representative for the Jacob Zuma Foundation.
Roberts was inaccessible for input. Her reaction will be added once got.
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