I am the only solution for SA: Motsoeneng

Hlaudi Motsoeneng
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The African Content Movement (ACM) is gunning for support at Filedelphia secondary school in Soshanguve. The party hosted a National Disability Dialogue. Challenges facing disabled communities were raised and discussed.

ACM leader, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, strongly believes that he is the only solution for South Africa.

“I want disabled people to occupy senior positions in government and the private sector. People will be shocked when I ascend as President of the country.”

Tshepo Maseko has been deaf for 31 years. He formed the Deaf Patriotic Front to address the needs of the deaf. The movement boasts 5000 members who have now pledged to vote for the ACM. Maseko believes that the ACM will help them.

“We have more than 5000 in our movement. We will vote for ACM as we believe that ACM will help us.”

ACM members believe Motsoeneng is the only leader that will address issues of social and economic exclusion.

Motsoeneng believes that providing meaningful opportunities for people with disabilities to be part of the workforce is the way to go.