Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he will be SA's president, "bottom and klaar"

Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he will be SA's president, "bottom and klaar"

Hlaudi Motsoeneng is confident that he will become the president of South Africa even though his party failed to gather eve- 35 000 votes in the national elections this year.

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According to the Daily Dispatch, African Content Movement (ACM) leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng has set his sights on becoming the South African president.

On Wednesday, Motsoeneng said he was "eyeing to be the president of SA, bottom and klaar".

"The movement, we are just a four-months-old movement, but I think the people of SA have been responding very well," he said.

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Briefly.co.za shared Motsoeneng's comments with our readers and we gathered a massive reaction. So, we decided to take a look at some of the comments our readers made:

Thulas Magubs commented: "What a dreamer, even when counting is in progress and not making good progress he still wants to be a President."
Prince Khodesh Gondwe added: "The only person he should apologise to is his wife...because he promised her that by next week she will be the first lady of the country."
Thembela Menziwa said: "That is the results of smoking higher grade Nyaope."
Jeffrey Thomu commented: "ANC was started in 1912 and start to govern in 1994 who do you think you are Hlaudi try something else rather than politics my brother."
Micheal Thoga Mara added: "Why did our government choose to legalize marijuana? Look at him"
Samuel Fekema wrote: "That should be a lesson learned Mr Hlaudi never form a political party out of anger or even expect South Africans to be caught in the middle between you and the ANC."
Eric Mbendane commented: "He thinks it's like at the SABC where he promoted himself to higher positions."
Siya Hlaks said: "Hahaha this thing of legalizing dagga is dangerous, even to some politicians."
Khotso Masango wrote: "Hahaha this one mixes all sorts of drugs. Let's forgive him hleng guys. It's not him saying all that nonsense but the nyaope in his eyes."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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