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Zuma Traveling In Private Jet Campaigning For RET? ANC Cde Spills Beans


Former president Jacob Zuma who is currently said to be terminally ill to attend some of his court cases is alleged to have been criss crossing the country in a private jet.

One of the ANC comrades, aligned to president Cyril Ramaphosa shared the photo of Jacob Zuma in a private jet, and said he has been traveling throughout the country as part of his campaign for the Radical Economic Transformation forces.

"Jacob Zuma has been criss crossing the country on a private jet, probably campaigning for the criminal RET crowd. When it is time for him to appear in court he then suddenly gets very sick and cannot appear in court. Man does look really frail though," said the ANC comrade after sharing the photo on social media.

Some critics argue that if this is true, then clearly Jacob Zuma is spitting in the faces of millions of South Africans.

"He is spitting in our faces. He really is.... If he is campaigning for the RET clearly he wants to get back into power to finish the scorched earth policy he never got to finish during his nine wasted years," they said.

RET forces are however not impressed with what Cyril Ramaphosa's allies are doing dragging former president Jacob Zuma whenever they get the chance.

They argue that Zuma must be left to enjoy his pension in peace and not be dragged into ANC politics.

RET forces cite that because Zuma was spotted in a private jet, doesn't mean he is busy campaigning for the RET faction, nor is he criss crossing the country.

Over the weekend, former president Jacob Zuma spent some time in Nkandla with Dedani Mkhize, who is the son of Zweli Mkhize.

Dedani Mkhize is said to have benefited from the Digital Vibes corruption scandal which saw department of health losing millions of rands after money meant for public health was looted.

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