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Surprising Zulu King Statement On Zuma And Nkandla.

On Saturday, the country's attention became focused on former President Jacob Zuma and what was going on in Nkandla. The entire day revealed how many supporters the former president had and how disinclined they were to fight and die for him. The entire day's motion photos were shared back and forth, demonstrating how crowded the Nkandla residence had become. One of the most memorable moments of the day occurred when Amabutho entered the picture and promised to protect Zuma with their life.

Amabhuto is supposed to be the king's protector. Their primary mission is to protect the Zulu King at all times, so humans assumed he had dispatched them to the location to save Zuma. However, it appears that this is not the case. All of this was revealed in the end through a statement issued with the Zulu king's help to explain why his regiments were stationed at Nkandla safety Zuma and breaking the Covid-19 policies.

The king's vehement statement demonstrates how the regiments were not dispatched through him and did not receive his blessing. Tom will travel to Nkandla to represent Jacob Zuma. According to him, Amabutho Nhleko's leader violated convention by arriving to Nkandla with the battalion. The Zulu king, it appears, does not approve of such behavior that would violate the Covid-19 guidelines, since he considers it is a serious offense.

He explained in the statements that the chief of Amabutho does not like the fact that he is a modern-day type, as seen by his behavior. Nhleko disobeyed the King's directives the first time, and now he does it again. He wanted the country to know that he was going to deal with them.

With him in place, the rest of South Africa no longer has to consider the heinous deeds taking place in Nkandla as part of the Zulu King's plan.

Read the complete declaration below, which expresses the king's sadness over the events of the previous day in Nkandla.


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