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MKMVA Send Powerful Message To Raymond, After Zuma Accept To Appear Before The Commission

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Niehaus' comments are the latest, salvo ended at the country's lawful leader by Zuma and his allies lately. 


Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) delegate Carl Niehaus has reprimanded the legal executive for being an oppression, after Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Monday archived court papers to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) mentioning that it sentence past president Jacob Zuma to two years in jail for scorn of court. 


This follows Zuma's refusal to appear before the Commission of Inquiry Into Allegations of State Capture seven days prior to deliver addresses put to him as mentioned by the apex court in January. 

Police Minister Bheki Cele and Correctional Services Commissioner Arthur Fraser were refered to respondents to the case as the commission needs them to be mentioned to affect Zuma's confinement should its application succeed. 


Niehaus, a major enthusiast of Zuma, took to Twitter on Monday to propose to his lovers that the legitimate leader was never going to move on building up the crisis incorporating the past president's impasse with Justice Zondo. 


He has repeated his vow that the MKMVA would negate "quite far" any undertakings by the Zondo commission to consider Zuma capable. 


He tweeted: "Have #JudgeZondo and the whole #StateCaptureCommission lost their cerebrums? It is protected to say that they are foolishly decided adjusted to build up the crisis that they have made and send our country to the brink? This is presently a despotism of the legitimate leader. #MKMVA will repudiate this beyond what many would consider possible! [SIC]". 


Have #JudgeZondo and the whole #StateCaptureCommission lost their minds? Is it exact to say that they are wildly decided curved to broaden the crisis that they have made, and drive our country to the brink? This is as of now an autocracy of the legitimate leader. #MKMVA will confine this quite far! 


— Carl Niehaus (@niehaus_carl) February 22, 2021 


Niehaus' comments are the latest salvo ended at the country's legitimate leader by Zuma and his partners lately, who have censured a couple of designated experts for advancing political plans and taking quiet cash. Zuma has zeroed in on the courts, declaring delegated specialists had "sold their spirits" and scorned their pledges of office. 


Niehaus revealed to The Citizen seven days prior that the MKMVA "genuinely believe that there will not be a reckless undertaking to catch president Zuma. We don't acknowledge that it's considering a real worry for the country, nor considering an authentic worry for the ANC". 


On Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa pulverized the attacks on the legitimate leader saying people – especially those in spots of power – should not make such cases without presenting confirmation. 


"There are clear cycles set up in law to oversee cases of bad behavior against people from the lawful chief. 


"Any person who has verification of any terrible conduct by any selected authority ought to use the streets gave in our Constitution and in our law to ensure that appropriate move is made," Ramaphosa said in his after a long time after week flyer. 


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https://citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/legislative issues/2445489/have-you-lost-your-mind-mkmvas-niehaus-calls-legal executive a-fascism/

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