Photos: No! Phindile Gwala is not joining MK party as a member of Parliament, Here’s what happened

NO! Television star Phindile Gwala has not joined the uMkhonto Wesizwe (MK) party as an MP, but that didn’t stop the popular actor from taking to social media on Tuesday to swear in 58 MKP members at Good House in Cape Town.

 

Some commentators on social media mistakenly claimed that the former Muvhango TV personality was among the 58 MKP members, but she was actually a guest of spiritual mother Bishop Nokwethemba Mtshweni, who was sworn in, as one of the 58 MPs from the party she leads. . and former president Jacob Zuma.

The MK will be chaired by former Parliament and Cape High Court judge Dr John Hlophe.

 

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The former Muvhango star has released a statement through his publicity team to clarify the matter after some die-hard fans on social media claimed he should be made an “honorary member.”

“We would like to respond to recent comments. Actress Phindile Gwala accompanied MK Party member Bishop Nokwethemba to the swearing-in ceremony as a show of support for her close friend and spiritual mother.

“However, it was said that some people misunderstood that he was sworn in as a member of parliament. “We wish to make it clear that the person who swore the oath at that ceremony was not Phindile Gwala. “While we appreciate your interest and support, we ask that this statement be carefully considered to avoid further misunderstandings.

 

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“Phindile Gwala continues to appreciate the continued support and interest in her work as she looks forward to furthering her career in entertainment.”

Gwala attended the swearing-in ceremony wearing a green suit with a red high collar and trainers. He also wore gold Louis Vuitton earrings as he posed with Mtshweni.

Other prominent MK politicians who took the oath included Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, Speaker Nhlamulo Ndhlela, Secretary-General Sihle Ngubane and others.

 

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The MK party is expected to go into opposition following the DA’s decision to join the national unity government.

 

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