The leader of the African Content Movement (ACM) Hlaudi Motsoeneng says, if voted into power, he only needs six months to deliver basic services of water and electricity.
Motsoeneng met with residents and supporters of his party in QwaQwa, in the Free State, rallying for votes ahead of local government elections.
He says, unlike the African National Congress, his party can fix most of the challenges that have been experienced in Maluti-a-Phofung during the past 27 years of the ANC in power.
Motsoeneng explains, “You can’t trust the ANC, they have failed QwaQwa Maluti a Phofung for the past 27 years. You can’t come to people after 27 years and promise them water, electricity and services. You have never delivered even one, you’re saying those people must vote for you, I’m saying all people of Maluti a Phofung, please if you vote for poverty, you vote for problems, vote for ANC and other political parties. There is only one party, ACM – African Content Movement, vote for Hlaudi you’ll see miracles.”
In the video below, Motsoeneng laments poor service delivery to QwaQwa residents:
The ACM was formed in 2018.