Motsoeneng announces his new political party, the African Content Movement

Motsoeneng announces his new political party, the African Content Movement

Former SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng has unveiled his new political party, dubbed the African Content Movement, much to the disappointment of Twitter users

The aspiring president made the 'historic' announcement today at Garden Court Millpark Hotel, where he had invited media and South African who wanted transformation in the country to attend.

Addressing his adoring supporters Hlaudi said he had power and he knew how to use power to benefit South Africans. He now says the role of a leader is to infuence people to follow him

Hlaudi Motsoeneng, former SABC boss, stunned people with his announcement that he would be pursuing his dream of becoming president by creating a new political party.

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Motsoeneng who loves referring to himself in the third person, specifically as Hlaudi, has had numerous people suggesting that he stays consistent with his brand and dub his party 'Hlaudi'.

Other suggestions have been the 'Hlaudi Hlaudi Hlaudi Party' or the CPP ( Crazy Peoples Party).

If Motsoeneng achieves nothing else, at least he has provided some comedic relief in an otherwise tense political environment in South Africa.

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Here is what Twitter users had to say on the matter:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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