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Jacob Zuma left speechless after RET Force revealed a secret this morning.


Former President Jacob Zuma's ally has revealed that the former legislator can close South Africa if he needs to, despite reports that the National Prosecuting Authority used unknown covert operatives and other outsiders to bolster their case against Zuma. 

Former President Jacob Zuma has accused the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) of using unknown covert operatives and other outsiders to bolster its case against state investigator Billy Downer. 

Jacob Zuma is battling the NPA over an arms deal defilement case that he claims he is not responsible for. 

Zuma also revealed that while he did not benefited from the armaments deal, the late former president Nelson Mandela and his Foundation did. 

Zuma accuses Downer, who is a primary examiner in the former president's arms deal defilement case, of exposing his own data to others in a testimony he gave at Pietermaritzburg's Loop Street Police Station, where he lodged criminal allegations against him. 

"I have presumably that beyond the criminal lead, which includes the leak of secret data to people outside the NPA, the scope of the criminal lead is far more extensive, and the SAPS will find obvious proof appearance the examiners, agents, and other individuals associated with my case over the course of a tireless investigation," Zuma said. 

Mzwanele Manyi, Zuma's right-hand man, said Billy Downer's charges are serious and deserve to be prosecuted. 

Despite the fact that his allies demanded harm to the present ANC administration for allegedly leaving Zuma "out to dry" and accepting any penalty for the arms deal, they were ringing back in line when the previous president indicated they should rule in favor of the ANC. 

Zuma's supporters, on the other hand, accept that the former president issued a massive order and has the authority to close the country if he so desires.


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