The dice have been rolled and while the verdict regarding the next President of ANC is yet to come, political experts and analysts are giving their own opinions and assumptions regarding the same. The race to the ANC chair is certainly going to be an interesting battle of two different ideologies i.e. Cyril Ramphosa and Nkozana Dlamini Zuma. While the former represents the fake propaganda of the WMC boss Johann Rupert, the latter stays as the only hope towards the long-awaited dream of Radical Economic Transformation.
Moreover, as per the report published on news24.com, amid all the assumptions and predictions, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has come forward to openly announce his support for ANC presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. It’s worth mentioning here that WMC along with its peers has made sure to defame and demolish everyone who comes in favor of Radical Economic Transformation and ideologies related to it. Still, the minister, with full faith and confidence on NDZ, took to social media to back the former African Union chairperson for the position of both the ANC and national presidency, much to the dissatisfaction of all the WMC stooges.” “Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma will be ANC president, first female president. Brace yourselves. angina mona angina nzondo ngiyayidumisa I Anc [I am not jealous, I have no hate, I am praising the ANC],” he said. He further added that Dlamini-Zuma is “incorruptible” and “the choice of our mothers”.
Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma will be ANC President first female President #historyMade brace yourselves angina Mona angina nzondo ngiyayidumisa I Anc
— RSA Minister of Police (@MbalulaFikile) December 5, 2017
It’s worth mentioning here that while the WMC supportive factions have taken down the minister on social media with all the foul words as per their boss Johann Rupert’s instructions, these dirty tricks cannot overshadow the overall support NDZ is getting across every aspect in the country. White media might be publishing and broadcasting the news related to the recent nominations results in context of victory to Ramaphosa, the true and real verdict will be delivered at the ANC conference only on Dec 16 2017.