Former Mayor Moshodi Backs Ace Magashule by Joining ACT

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Moeketsi “Max” Moshodi, a prominent former ANC leader from the Free State, has joined forces with Ace Magashule's newly formed African Congress for Transformation (ACT).

Moeketsi Max Moshodi

Moeketsi “Max” Moshodi, a prominent former ANC leader from the Free State, has joined forces with Ace Magashule’s newly formed African Congress for Transformation (ACT).

Moeketsi “Max” Moshodi, a prominent former ANC leader from the Free State, has joined forces with Ace Magashule's newly formed African Congress for Transformation (ACT).
Moeketsi “Max” Moshodi, a prominent former ANC leader from the Free State, has joined forces with Ace Magashule’s newly formed African Congress for Transformation (ACT).

Moshodi, who previously commanded a great deal of influence in his capacity as the Executive Mayor of the Fezile Dabi District Municipality and as Mayor of Ngwathe Local Municipality, is known for his unwavering support for Magashule. 

His political career has been marked by his leadership roles within both the Fezile Dabi Regional Executive Committee and the Provincial Executive Committee of the ANC. 

It is widely acknowledged that Magashule, as former ANC Free State Chairperson, was instrumental in propelling Moshodi to the mayoral offices in the Fezile Dabi District.

“Moeketsi Max Moshodi has been a strong ally of Ace Magashule, supporting him in all conferences,” a close political observer noted, shedding light on the longstanding alliance between the two.

Ace Magashule has confidently proclaimed, ahead of the up-and-coming elections mandated for the 29th of May by President Cyril Ramaphosa, that a multitude of senior leaders and councillors from the ANC’s stronghold in the Free State will be migrating to his political outfit. “Many senior leaders and councillors from the ANC in the Free State are going to join ACT prior to the elections,” Magashule was quoted as saying, indicating his assurance of sweeping support.

Furthermore, illustrating his certainty in the political sway of his newly established party, Magashule has emphatically declared that the province of Free State is “already in the bag” for the African Congress for Transformation.

In light of the upcoming national elections, the ACT has secured its spot on the ballot, not just on a national scale, but in several provinces as well. 

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