Motsoeneng on launching political party: Ramaphosa can't defeat me

Motsoeneng on launching political party: Ramaphosa can't defeat me

Hlaudi Motsoeneng has proclaimed that he will be pursuing his dream job as president of South Africa by contesting the 2019 elections. According to him, President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn't stand a chance.

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Hlaudi Motsoeneng, a former SABC executive, has revealed that he will be launching his own political party and plans to contest the 2019 elections.

Briefly.co.za has reported on the aspirations of Hlaudi to run for president and it seems he plans to give it his best shot.

Motsoeneng revealed that he will be going up against Cyril Ramaphosa in the upcoming elections and, according to him at least, he doubts the president will be able to defeat him.

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“ I am going to shock the country,” Hlaudi said in an interview with the Sowetan.

Briefly.co.za recently reported that Motsoeneng had walked out of a Johannesburg court on the 6th of December to a throng of supporters who felt that Hlaudi deserved to be the next president.

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He told the crowd that he should not heed corruption accusations against him and said that qualifications were not an issue.

“Don’t listen to people who are talking about qualifications, because there is wisdom in me. If you have wisdom, you know what people want,” he had told the crowd of avid supporters.

The upcoming elections are set to be very entertaining, to say the least.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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