On Monday, the EFF said it had been encouraged more by Trollip's successful move, and said that the party would now take care of the removal of Msimanga by a no-confidence vote on Thursday.
EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu took over the social media and said that the deposition of Trollip was proof that the party was able to take care of the removal of those who did not want them.
"The EFF does not say that a person will fall and it does not happen, we do not promise, we do it, and on Thursday the puppet of white supremacy will also bite the dust," Shivambu said.
Mongameli Bobani of the UDM was elected the new executive mayor of the Nelson Mandela Bay subway after receiving 61 votes.
The Tshono Buyeye of the AIC was elected as new deputy mayor of the subway, while the Buyelwa Mafaya of the ANC was elected municipal councilor.
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni said that Trollip's leadership style was partly due to his deposition on Monday.
"An analysis of the Nelson Mandela Bay community, in which the ANC and EFF are located as engineers of the crisis, will fail, and analysis must go back to day one when Trollip jumped the rifle, formed a local coalition and started talking about how much he does not need, "he said.
Mnguni also said that Trollip & # 39; s handling of the Bobani saga alienated an important partner in the subway. Trollip was embroiled in a protracted fight with Bobani, his deputy in those days.
"Much of all this soap opera in Nelson Mandela Bay metro is square on the shoulders of Athol's leadership style and temperament, scapegoat and easy targets for centering the EFF and ANC.
"The DA had the wrong person for the coalition, of course the DA had no choice, Trollip anointed himself in that position, which is another problem that the DA faces, members who believe they are the owner of the party. and can not tell them what to do and how to do it, and self-inflicted injuries are what the DA is currently suffering, "Mnguni said.
DA Eastern Cape provincial leader Nqaba Bhanga said the removal of the DA-led coalition would see the reversal of service and clean administration.
"This decision of the unholy alliance of the ANC, EFF and UDM is to fill their own public treasury with public funds and to get them back before the 2019 elections. The ANC and the EFF have rejected the will of the people to enrich.
"The ANC lost Nelson Mandela Bay in 2016 when the people of the Bay finally fired them after two decades of brutal corruption, and since then the DA-led government has turned the tide against corruption and ensured that people's money is spent on the people from Nelson Mandela Bay, "said Bhanga.
Earlier, the council meeting had come to a halt after council president Jonathan Lawack was removed when council member of the DA Victor Manyati abstained.
The movement was brought by Bobani. The counted votes were 59 against and 60 for the movement.
City governor Johan Mettler took the lead and led a vacancy on the advice of the DA after the DA's federal executive chairman James Selfe wrote a letter stating that the membership of Manyati had ended.
In the letter, Selfe asked Mettler to declare a vacancy.
But later Mettler made a turn after sending an SMS to ANC councilor Rory Riordan stating that he would retire to declare a vacancy and that a council meeting would meet for seven days.
Meanwhile, co-operative governance and traditional affairs (Cogta) MEC Fikile Xasa sent a senior official to lead the board meeting and oversee the election of a new council president.
The Buyelwa Mafaya of the ANC was elected as the new speaker.
Other motions that have been in the pipeline for months have been moved and adopted unanimously with 61 council members present.
Bobani wasted no time in choosing his new mayoral committee team, assuring residents that the "honeymoon season is now starting".
Manyati said earlier that he would not vote with the DA on another motion.