- AKA is considering running for the presidency following the Constitutional Court's ruling earlier on Thursday
- The court ruled that individual candidates can now contest for the highest office in the land
- The rapper used the hashtag #AKA4President to run a Q&A session about what he would do should he become the next president
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AKA has taken to social media to let his fans know that he will be contesting in the national elections come voting time.
Super Mega revealed that he will be running for the highest office in the land. The rapper has made it clear for all to see that he wants President Cyril Ramaphosa's position.
The Constitutional Court on 11 June ruled that the Electoral Act was unconstitutional.
Briefly.co.za reported that Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga handed down the judgment on Thursday morning.
The New Nation Movement won its bid to allow an independent candidate to run for elections. The New Nation Movement had called for the Electoral Act to allow for independent candidates to contest both provincial and national elections.
AKA is one of many South Africans who welcomed the ruling with open arms.
The Cross My Heart hitmaker has put his hand up as one of the people who will be campaigning to be the next president when it's time for the national elections.
"Today I will be engaging with all your questions about what I would do should I assume the highest office in the land... under the #AKA4President hashtag. Let’s go, also please address me as Senator Mega. Please and thank you."
Tweep, @MphoZR4, asked Mega:
"Senator Mega, how will you deal with the high influx of foreign nationals in the country who end up being used as cheap labour by companies who are not hiring locals?"
AKA said he will build a wall.
"I will be building a wall... A wall of incentives for companies to #PutSouthAfrica 1st"
AKA's supporters were impressed by some of his answers.
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"This is exactly what we want Bhova... Putting South Africans first and dealing with our own issues to lift this country economy where it belongs. Aluta Comrade!"
"I’m not your fan but if you address this issue I will vote for you."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Bonang Matheba may be the next president of South Africa. The media personality took to social media to hint that leading Mzansi may be on the cards for her.
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