African Convention Movement (ACM) president Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he is ready to take over the highest office in the land come the May 8 elections.
Motsoeneng says he’s optimistic that his party will do well in the next week’s general elections. He was addressing more than a thousand party supporters at the Platberg stadium in Harrismith in the eastern Free State.
Motsoeneng says his party will bring radical changes to the area if voted into power. He says they want to give ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa a run for his money.
“I’m looking to take my seat at the Union Buildings, because the Buffalo, what he knows, Cyril Ramaphosa is to deliver posters and buy all these animals huge money but he can’t look after his own people. How can you trust someone who look after animals, who does not look after human beings.”
Motsoeneng says the masses will be shocked when the IEC finally releases the results of the elections. He says within six months of his party taking over, there will be radical changes.
Motsoeneng also touched on improving health, policing and alleviating unemployment.