ACM's Motsoeneng: People voted for other parties out of confusion

ACM's Motsoeneng: People voted for other parties out of confusion

Hlaudi Motsoeneng, leader of the African Content Movement (ACM), is convinced that people unknowingly voted for other parties because they were confused. He is adamant that his party did well in the elections.

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African Content Movement's leader, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, insists that members of the party voted for other political parties out of confusion, according to EWN.

Motsoeneng is convinced that his party did well in the elections and alleges there was vote rigging at some voting stations.

According to him, people made it clear on social media that they voted for ACM.

“Many people vote for ACM. I can tell you there was a misunderstanding on which party they voted for. Many people on social media said they voted ACM, but they marked the wrong party [on the ballot].”

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EWN's report indicates that ACM received about 4 800 votes, missing out on a seat in Parliament.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Motsoeneng is still certain that South Africa wants him as president, he just needed more time.

“The only issue I must accept is that four months was too short to run around and mobilise people. The reason why I’m confident is because
those people, I have never reached them, but they were able to vote for ACM [sic].”

READ ALSO: Live election results part 2: IEC says there's no evidence of 'double voting'

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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