Hlaudi invites aspiring politicians to his 'not so small' ACM party

Hlaudi invites aspiring politicians to his 'not so small' ACM party

Hlaudi Motsoeneng invited aspiring politicians to join his new political party the African Content Movement. The presidential hopeful had been speaking at the launch of his new party on Thursday.

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The former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng recently launched his new political party on Thursday and took the opportunity to encourage any political hopefuls to join their ranks.

Briefly.co.za recently reported that Hlaudi had made the 'historic' announcement at Garden Court Millpark Hotel, where he had invited media and South Africans who wanted transformation in the country to attend.

The aspiring president revealed that they would be taking on Cyril Ramaphosa, and that he considered the opposition, the Democratic Alliance and the Economic Freedom Fighters, beneath his attention.

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The ACM president had promised that his party would address key issues in the country, such as land reform, as soon as the consultation process had been completed.

READ ALSO: Motsoeneng announces his new political party, the African Content Movement

Whether any politicians will actually accept Hlaudi's invitation remains to be seen though.

The ACM party has confirmed that they have completed the necessary process to contest the 2019 elections.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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