Vusi Khoza, a former member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) who was recently expelled, isn’t backing down from his political ambitions.
After the EFF released a list of expelled members, Khoza took to social media to share his unwavering determination. He made it clear that he intends to stay active in the political scene, regardless of his party affiliation.
They said I’m expelled. But one thing for sure, come 2024 swearing-in ceremony, I will be in that house, on that line with them. I’m staying in the game, no matter the team, he boldly declared.
This announcement has sparked curiosity and speculation about Khoza’s future political plans. The EFF, known for its strong stance on economic inequality and social justice, is a prominent opposition party in South Africa.
Khoza’s expulsion was due to his alleged failure to provide buses for a local celebration of the EFF’s movement in his constituency. However, South Africa’s political landscape is known for its rapid shifts in party affiliations.
As the nation gears up for the 2024 elections, Khoza’s determination to continue his political career will be closely watched. It’s uncertain which party or independent path he will pursue in his quest for a parliamentary seat.
The 2024 elections are expected to be pivotal for South Africa, and Khoza’s declaration only adds to the intrigue surrounding the country’s political developments.
— Vusi Khoza (@vusumuzikhoza) October 20, 2023