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5 Jacob Zuma Court memes that may make you laugh, now that the case has started again. Opinion.

It's sad to see a man who once lead our Country, in the middle of a Court case for corruption, However that's just the way it is. While there is a lot of crime currently occuring in South Africa, hopefully someone who has power facing the law will send the message that we will no longer tolerate criminals. No matter who they are. Here are five memes that surround this court case that may make you laugh.

Remember that these are only fro humor purposes only and not to insult anyone involved in the case, especially not Mr Zuma.


If Jacob Zuma is sent to prison, this may be how he is greeted. After all being the former President still warrants some respect from both the people of South Africa and the Criminals behind bars.

Many of us actually have to pay money in this way, through till points in major stores. So why shouldn't the president. While it would be funny, this would be a very valid payment method for Jacob Zuma to "Pay Back the Money".

Seeing our current President send our former President to jail would be hilarious. But being the current leader of our country, if Jacob Zuma is found guilty, this may be how things will go down.

Even Nelson Mandela spent a long time in prison, so why shouldn't Jacob Zuma. Who knows, maybe after he is released he will start a long walk to freedom and once again lead the Country.

My Opinion :

It's up to the courts to decide whether Jacob Zuma is guilty or not, and whatever decision they choose, I will be happy with. He should receive due process, just like everyone else.

What do you think of these memes and do you think the former president will win the case. Tell me in the comments section and follow for more lifestyle news as it happens.

Source :

https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/17/jacob-zuma-s-corruption-case-returns-to-high-court/amp

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