Hlaudi Motsoeneng is determined that his party will win enough votes for him to become South Africa's president. The African Content Movement will be launching it's first election manifesto in April and here's why Hlaudi feels he deserves the top spot.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be hosting the first launch of the African Content Movement's election manifesto next month and he is adamant that the party has what it takes to send him to the top.
Motsoeneng took to social media recently to post a video explaining what his game plan was for the May elections.
In the video, the ACM leader announced 6 April as the launch date and insisted it would be something out of the norm for SA:
"What I know in my life is only action and implementation, vision and plan. I have a plan for this country to turn around the lives of our people. The person that is going to change South Africa, whether we like or not, is Hlaudi Motsoeneng."
Hlaudi displayed a renewed sense of enthusiasm in the video, telling potential voters that:
“I have a plan for this country, to turn around the lives of our people. The person that is going to change South Africa – whether we like it or not – is Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the president of ACM."
According to Eyewitness News, the former SABC boss explained that he is 'tested' on decision making as well as changing the lives of South Africans. This is something he says he has demonstrated in the past and therefor contemplating any other political party is a waste of time.
Despite Hlaudi's high spirits, we doubt bigger political parties are using much sleep over his efforts.
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