Pretoria - "It’s a given, it’s a given that one day I will be the president."
These were the were words of controversial leader of the African Content Movement (ACM) Hlaudi Motsoeneng as his party continued its poor showing in the 2019 general elections.
Motsoeneng was speaking on the second day of vote counting at the IEC Results Operations Centre (ROC) in Pretoria.
At this stage, 94.75% of counting has been completed, with the ANC leading the pack, followed distantly by the DA and EFF.
Motsoeneng’s ACM currently sits at number 37, garnering a mere 0.03% of the vote.
The controversial former SABC COO, in an interview with IOL, spoke on a wide range of issues including alleged voting irregularities his party, along with a few other smaller parties, is currently challenging.