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In Shock: Zuma's Allies Fires Live Bullets In Nkandla

Unfazed supporters of former president, Jacob Zuma fired bullets in the air on Thursday night outside Zuma's Nkandla homestead in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Thousands of supporters thronged Zuma's homestead to show their support and Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans and some of the supporters had guns which they claim to use in defending former president from being arrested.

In the video posted by Jacob Zuma's daughter, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, three different supporters fired shots in the air with different types of guns as cheering could be heard in the background.


Zuma's daughter also issued a strong warning stating that they will deal with "idiots" who will be send to "piss" in their backyard.

"We are descendants of Shaka Zulu. We are first going to deal with these idiots that have been sent by WMC to come and piss in our backyard, and then because you provoked us, we are coming for our land…and we will start in Stellenbosch," she said.

Among the supporters standing in solidarity with Jacob Zuma include members of the Zulu regiment who among the numerous war slogans they chanted in Nkandla was "Wathinta uZuma udakiwe yini" as they too vowed to protect former president.

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