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Ex Chief Justice Mogoeng to join in the Presidential Race?

As ideological groupings prepare for public choices scheduled for 2024, another party may emerge, as former Chief Justice Mogoeng is expected to run for office.

This does not come as a surprise to many, as the previous Chief Justice had previously declared that he will authoritatively enter the political arena.


According to reports, Mogoeng's partners in the tight fraternity instructed him to run for the administration. This improvement is expected to agitate South African politics.


African religious leaders who supported the former chief justice are also alleged to have attempted to influence President Cyril Ramaphosa to resign and raised the subject of land acquisition. Former CEO Equity completed his time in what a few analysts termed "uncertain conditions."


Numerous individuals who responded to the news that former boss equity will run for office opined that he has a chance of winning because he does not have a scandal hanging over his head and is regarded as an upstanding man.


"After giving our ballots to such a large number of candidates, I suppose I am prepared to try someone who is still cognizant.


He should take a chance like others, but he would be discouraged if he sought advice from those who have taken the same path "some remarked.


Previous supervisor equity may have flaws, such as his strict stance on religion. Pundits acknowledge that many cannot resist contradicting him, which may result in another EFF.


"His strict dedication is my greatest concern. In addition, I disagree with his position on Israel. He imitates the EFF's second objective of uniting the left, but the execution and decisions are flawed."


Numerous South Africans claim they will give Mogoeng a chance if he runs for president, just as they have given to others throughout history.


Source:https://twitter.com/tebogokhaas/status/1555597896262860803?t=hCe93ttXTUu0bsFl0pvEaA&s=19

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