Amazulu King Misuzulu kaZwelithini on his official Twitter account shared a picture of himself standing next to the former South African president, Mr Jacob Zuma. And king MisuZulu kaZwelithini captioned the picture of himself alongside former president Jacob Zuma as follows "Nxamalala".
However, the tweet of Amazulu King managed to grab the attention of the well-known leader of the United Democratic Movement, Bantu Holomisa. And the leader of the UDM told King Misuzulu kaZwelithini that he appreciate the posture of the picture which he ( King Misuzulu kaZwelithini) has shared.
Holomisa has indicated that the meeting between former president Jacob Zuma and King MisuZulu kaZwelithini reminds him of his many visits to the late father of King Misuzulu kaZwelithini, wherein he used to invite Nkosi Buthelezi, Nxamalala and himself for drinks in his house. Bantu Holomisa has further told the Amazulu King to keep the good work.
In his own words, Bantu Holomisa said that:
"I appreciate this posture. This meeting reminds me of my many visits to your late father’s functions wherein he would invite Nkosi Buthelezi , Nxamalala & Myself for drinks in one of his houses. Keep up the good work Silo Samabandla. Bayede!"
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