- The former chief of the South African Broadcasting Corporation, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, wants to be South Africa's next president
- Motsoeneng is convinced he has what it takes to correct all the wrongs that are ruining the country
- About 3 months ago, Motsoeneng first publicly expressed his dream of becoming the next president of SA
The SABC's former chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, has set his sights on President Ramaphosa' seat.
Motsoeneng wants to be South Africa's next leader so he can fix the country, as reported on by IOL News.
The former SABC chief was addressing the crowd at an event held by civil rights group #NotInMyName and Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng.
He said there are many wrongs in South Africa that he would correct once he takes over as president.
Since he is no longer working at the SABC after being fired, Motsoeneng has become quite ambitious.
When it comes to our own people, South Africa, you only get cents but outsiders get the money. This is the time to stop that. To stop that, Hlaudi is going to be the future president of South Africa. Thank you.
This is not the first time Motsoeneng expressed his desire to become president of South Africa.
Briefly.co.za reported about three months ago that he talked about his plans to become the president.
He first announced his plans to run for the highest office during the 70th birthday of King Goodwill Zwelithini and said that his decision was formed by the lacklustre leaders South Africa currently has.
He promised that when he became president people would see real change in their lives. He accused the current leaders of "just playing games".
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