Jabulane, an ANC member, has traveled to the Nkandla homestead to meet with former president Jacob Zuma together with many other ANC comrades. Particularly recently, ANC comrades have sought political advice from former president Jacob Zuma by visiting him.
And the fact that Jabulane, yet another ANC comrade, is visiting the late president Jacob Zuma is not particularly shocking. After his visit, comrade Jabulane revealed on Twitter what he had asked Jacob Zuma while they were together in Nkandla.
Jabulane has disclosed to the public what he and former president Jacob Zuma discussed, in contrast to several other ANC allies. When the ANC branches nominated Jacob Zuma at the national elective conference in December, Comrade Jabulane claims he asked Zuma if he would accept the nomination. And the former president, Jacob Zuma, answered vehemently, "I will gladly accept the nomination," citing his respect for the ANC branches as justification. Additionally, he is an obedient employee of the African National Congress and will pay attention if any of the branches speak.
Since Jacob Zuma, a former president of South Africa, has been an integral component of South African politics for many years, it is not surprising to see many young ANC members seek his advice on politics. He undoubtedly has more knowledge of South Africa's political climate.
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