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Dudu Zuma spits raging fire on a Sunday morning

The governing party is skating on thin ice and it will be a miracle if it maintains its power in many municipalities come November. On Twitter, numerous South Africans are vowing not to vote for the ANC in the upcoming local government elections.

The daughter of former President Jacob Zuma is also making matters worse for the ANC. Dudu Zuma keeps on reminding South Africans that voting for the ruling party is a total waste of time. On Sunday morning she hit again, say it is pointless to vote for a party which fails to protect its comrades. "Balace me real quick: If we had these so called “9 wasted years” under the ANC government, why would people still vote ANC!?" Dudu lashed out. She further accused the ANC of being colonial sellouts that failed to protect their comrades and their people. Dudu also lashed out at President Cyril Ramaphosa, saying that his statement of wishing Zuma a speedy recovery was a campaign strategy. "They know there is no ANC victory without President Zuma," she added.

In response to Dudu's lash out spree, some suggest that President Zuma must do like Robert Mugabe, hold a press conference just before elections and tell the voters he no longer has confidence in The ANC. Apparently Zuma must tell his supporters to vote for Economic Freedom in our lifetime. That would be a checkmate. Maybe EFF leader, Julius Malema also share the same sentiments, hence he has been on Zuma's side lately!

But Dudu must rest! It was "Zuma's disastrous 9 wasted years", which brought corruption, poverty, unemployment and junk status! This country was sold to the Guptas by her father. They promised him almost everything but coup our beloved country. Deals were made which were corruption taking place in all spheres. How can she call Cyril a sellout?Dudu Zuma is talking pure bitterness because she and her family thought Jacob Zuma was greater than the law.

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