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Zuma’s allay disclose touching words said by Zuma as he leaves Hospital to Nkandla

It has been confirmed by the close sources of Jacob Zuma that he has returned to his home in Nkandla. Jacob Zuma has suffered tremendously, in a long term battle with the justice system of South Africa. He feels like the ANC has abandoned him and he is on his own. Jacob Zuma was arrested for contempt of court, and had to spend 15 months in prison, with a possible parole after serving the quarter of the sentence. However, due to his health problems, the head of the correctional service, Arthur Fraser, exercised his rights and released Jacob Zuma on medical parole. He has since been at the military hospital, where he was treated for a terminal illness. See the source imageThere are jubilations around Jacob Zuma supporters and his family, as he finally finds a breakthrough. Jacob Zuma is a well supported leader, and it has shown itself when he was issued a warrant of arrest. Masses went to Nkandla to support him and put a shield around his home. They did not want the police service to gain access to him. All eyes were in Nkandla, and Jacob Zuma was forced to relinquish power and save masses in South Africa. Had he become resistant to the arrested, there could have been a bloodshed in KZN, between the law enforcement and his supporters. See the source imageSee the source image

It has said that Jacob Zuma has lashed on the constitutional court and called it a dictatorship constitution, as it does not practice its rights accordingly. Jacob Zuma filed for the rescission application, but had to wait for more than two months, before he can be handed down the verdict. The constitutional court has lost its meaning, due to its incompetence. Jacob Zuma does not feel treated rightfully, and his rights have been violated significantly. "This is NOT the end; I shall fight on; Justice will prevail; Injustice will be defeated" said Jacob Zuma.


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