Former SABC COO and head of the African Content Movement (ACM), Hlaudi Motsoeneng. Hlaudi leader of the African Content Movement (ACM), Hlaudi Motsoeneng, has promised to work “miracles” at QwaQwa in the Free State.
Former SABC operations manager, who became a politician, reached out to residents and supporters of his party ahead of the local elections, said he could provide services that the ANC "has not achieved" in the past 27 years.
He said that the ACM was the only party that could deliver as promised.
In his words Hlaudi said:
"Vote Hlaudi, you will see miracles."
"The ANC cannot be trusted, they have failed QwaQwa and MalutiaPhofung [local community] for the past 27 years," said Motsoeneng. "After 27 years you cannot go to people and promise them water, electricity and services. You have never delivered one, you say that these people should vote for you." I tell everyone at MalutiaPhofung, to please vote out the ANC, because if you vote for poverty, vote for problems, then vote for the ANC and other political parties. There is only one party, ACM - African Content Movement. Vote Hlaudi to see miracles.
Motsoeneng's party was founded in 2018 and did not receive enough votes to secure a seat in parliament in 2019.
It did not even get 1% of the vote as the parties needed around 35,000 votes to qualify for a seat in parliament.
In the same year Motsoeneng declared that he wanted to become president of the SA.
In an interview with eNCA he said that he wants to become president of SA, Finish and Klaar.
As parties continues to campaign in search for numbers, some public have lost hope in the politics of the country. Some label this as false promises made to enrich those in high seats.
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