Roberts has ventured as an individual from the ATM too, the party reported on Sunday.
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) has affirmed that Kuli Roberts will presently don't be running as councilor up-and-comer in one more spot of one of the most amazing declarations in the political space.
On Wednesday evening, ATM's head of strategy and methodology, Mzwanele Manyi reported that Roberts had joined the "triumphant group" and would be running as a councilor possibility for ward 65 in Tshwane.
Notwithstanding, the ATM reported on Sunday that Roberts "needed to venture down" as a councilor competitor just as an individual from the party.
"Because of unanticipated and classified conditions, it is at this point unimaginable to expect to have Nomakula Roberts as a part and ward councilor applicant of the African Transformation Movement.
"Further to the abovementioned, Ms. Nomakula Roberts needed to venture down both as the part and ward councilor up-and-comer of the ATM. The [ATM] wishes her well in the entirety of her undertakings," the party said in an assertion.
Roberts, who is a previous moderator at Kaya FM, as of late uncovered during a meeting on Podcast and Chill with Mac G that she concentrated on political examination and history at the University of Cape Town (UCT).
She additionally uncovered that she had chipped in for the ANC subsequent to graduating.
"At the point when I completed varsity, fourteen days in the wake of graduating I went directly to the ANC workplaces and said I've had a special life, I've been to tuition based schools [and] I'm here to offer in return. And afterward in the long run they gave me a situation as a volunteer," she said.
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