- Kenny Kunene has recruited Zodwa Wabantu to join his political party called Patriotic Alliance
- Zodwa was not interested in joining politics but Kenny convinced her that she is just the right fit for the party
- Kenny believes that just like her name, Zodwa is "for the people", which is exactly why he chose her join
Zodwa Wabantu is at it again. She's ready to start something new and is super excited about it. Mzansi businessman Kenny Kunene has teamed up with Zodwa Wabantu.
Kenny Kunene has created a political party called Patriotic Alliance (PA) and has decided that Zodwa is just what he needs.
Kenny took to social media to tease his fans, saying that he has big news to share. The Sushi King then posted a video welcoming Zodwa Wabantu to his political party.
“PA people, we are here in Dlamini in Soweto and this is where Zodwa Wabantu was born. I am pleased to announce a new signing to the PA, Zodwa Wabantu," said Kenny.
At first, Zodwa wasn't too sure about joining politics but Kenny convinced her that she could play a big part in what he's doing. She then agreed to start a new journey into politics.
Kenny said that he's seen something in Zodwa that others do not see. Just like her name, she is Zodwa of the people. Because she relates well to people, Kenny thinks that she'd be an asset to the team.
That was not all that Kenny said, he believes that Zodwa has the potential to be a great political leader.
"Zodwa's a leader in her own right and her helping the poor qualifies her to be involved in the politics of PA," said Kenny.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu the Mzansi dancer is back in business following the ban lift. Zodwa Wabantu is back to her booty-shaking ways. This comes fresh after Cyril Ramaphosa eased lockdown restrictions and lifted the alcohol ban.
Zodwa took to social media and announced that she was once again available for bookings for events. The dancer had been making ends meet by selling eggs and chickens around Johannesburg.
It seems the exotic dancing business is far more lucrative, however, as Zodwa seems more than ready to jump back in. Social media users were amused by her swift return.
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