Former Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng To Vie For presidency Under The All African Alliance Movement

Who will take over Luthuli House after the elections in 2024? Opinions are currently divided, with some South Africans shouting that the incumbent must go and others saying former Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng should take a shot at the plum job.

The opposition party, the All African Alliance Movement, announced last weekend that the former law chief has accepted the nomination to fly the party’s presidential flag two years from now.

To back up that position, the collective also shared a clip of the former chief justice holding hands with his wife and being introduced as the new party leader in his hometown of Mafikeng.

Speaking on the choice of Mogoeng, Bishop Mishark Tebe, secretary general of the All African Alliance Movement, noted that the collective consulted widely and determined what the people wanted. And Mogoeng is the exact man to bring just that to the people. So it was easy deciding to pick him to lead the party.

As the new leader of the movement, Mogoeng has an uphill task before him as it isn’t easy unseating the ANC, which has been in power since the abolition of apartheid in the 1990s. It remains to be seen what impact he will make as the new leader.

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