First FOREIGNER To Compete In Mzansi Elections Is From Somalia - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Eastern Cape - Welcome to the United States of Africa where any foreigner can, become a politician in local government. One of these days there will be no South Africans left in South Africa, and foreigners from neighbouring countries will be occupyong the entre government. This coms as Ibrahim Muhumad Gedi a Somali foreigner, is running for the Independent Party in South Africa. He is currently competing for Ward 6️ in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape. I.M. GUEEDI, is one of the three candidates in the first 40 members running for the position, he is alleged to have high hopes of winning the election. Mr Gedi's posters and pictures were seen on the streets and in cars, as he competes for his second term in office. Somalis in South Africa are among those who are happy to, have cast their ballots in the upcoming local government elections in South Africa.
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