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Dark Forces Want To Finish Off Zuma's Life, Manyi Spills Beans

Former president Jacob Zuma's right hand man, Mzwanele Manyi has finally spilled beans that the former statesman is still standing after surviving numerous death threats on his life.

Manyi revealed this while briefing the media on the National Welcome Prayer for the former President and other related matters and he was in the company of Zuma's daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla.

Jacob Zuma Foundation spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi says people of South Africa have not forgotten that Zuma survived "many attempts" against his life.

Manyi adds that the ANC ancestors are actually looking up to Zuma, protecting his life to save the party while indicating that ANC is dying a natural death

"The ANC is currently in ICU," said Mzwanele Manyi.

The welcome prayer for Zuma according to Manyi is to thank God for the "sterling job" in protecting the former president while he was in jail from any attempts against his life.

"God protected his excellency president Zuma from the busy bodies that wanted to gain access to the nitty gritty of his medical history, wenzeni Zuma? It is against this background that the national day in prayer is happening.

This prayer will be about thanking God on his sterling work that he has done so far in protecting president Zuma. This prayer will also be about asking God to continue protecting Zuma and keeping him safe from dark forces that want to finish him off," said Manyi.


He however adds that he can’t confirm if the former president will be present on the day of the prayer citing that his health is still fragile and needs prayers.

"Just pray for him because his situation is very fluid," he said.

The National welcome prayer of former president Jacob Zuma will take place on the 14 October at the People’s Park in eThekwini at 10:00am and anyone is welcome to attend the event.

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