With the local elections looming in the horizon, political parties are pulling all strings to get support from all corners of South Africa, they will visit churches, traditional authorities, and anywhere to get support they will even hold some rallies to gather support.
Some years back King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo was a loyal member of the ruling party the ANC, as you can see on this pillow picture wearing a bucket hat with the ruling party's emblem. This was his times with the ruling party and allegedly gathering voters to vote for the ANC.
As the ANC was still thinking that they have held on to the King, and they might get some needed support from his loyals, but then it came as a shocker when he announced that he has joined the Democratic Alliance Party. Here below is when he declared his support for the DA. But this according to my opinion they didn't have much impact for the Democratic Alliance.
Boom, just yesterday according to a SABC news, the king announced his support for the Economic Freedom Fighters, Daddy is on the picture below when he declared his support for the Julias Malema Party. He further revealed to his loyal that he has even received a gift from there party which is a Mercedes-Benz ML, which people on social media even made fun of it.
Here is a perfect screenshot below of the King, where he started and where he is now with the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Here are some of the reactions that came from social media regarding the King's movements from party to party.
Do you really think the team will vote for the economic Freedom Fighters, or he has no choice in any political party. Share your opinion regarding this movement by the King.
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