It's that time of the year again, politicians are now busy recruiting people to vote for them as we approach the 01 of November, a day of elections. They have started already with their lists of promises, promises that were made back then in 1994 still today they are singing the same song
Samuel Manganye stands for being a ward councilor on ward 15 at DR JS Moroka municipality under Economic Freedom Fighters, when he realized that things are not coming his way he then decided to change sides in the same ward 15, now he is under African National Congress which is the ruling party and he wants residents to vote for him, which left many people asking whether this is about serving the residents or just about getting paid and provide for your family
This is how people reacted after seeing this board, they are devided as others call him lost and found. It may happen that he was under ANC before then switched to EFF as he again decided to switch sides, returning back home where it all started.
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