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Update on the poison found inside J. Zuma’s body. Msholozi is having a hard time again

Great news is that Jacob Zuma is back in Nkandla. He is where he will get the affection and attention. He needed his family mostly, since he was ill and jailed unconstitutionally. Jacob Zuma was sent to jail for 15 months, after surprisingly failing to appear in front of the Zondo Commission. He had his own reasons and justification for not attending the Commission. One of them accusing Judge Zondo, who is the deputy Chief Justice for being incompetent. Jacob Zuma learnt his lesson, and he decided to comply with the rule of law. His decision saved what could have been a bloodshed in KZN, between the law enforcement and the Jacob Zuma supporters. He complained about being medically not fit, however the NPA did not trust and believe his arguments. Grand plans to celebrate former President Jacob Zuma's return to his Nkandla home in KwaDakwadunuse have been put on hold because he appears to be unwell after being discharged from a Johannesburg hospital on Wednesday night. Since the news broke that Zuma had been released on medical parole by corrections chief Arthur Fraser, family, friends, and relatives had planned a hero's welcome for the former president.

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South Africans believe that these plans included a prayer and the slaughter of bulls to celebrate and thank the ancestors for his safe return. However, the family is now concerned about his health. Zuma hasn't been his usual cheerful self since returning home three days ago.

Khanya Zuma, Zuma's brother, stated, "We are with him, it's been really pleasant." We were with him until late last night. Iyaphila insizwa, bamubuyise njongoba [The man is fine, they returned him in perfect condition].”

“Yes, he is home, but he is not well,” said one of Zuma's nephews, who lives inside the compound and asked not to be identified. Yazi, despite his appearance, he is not the charming and ever-laughing JZ who is full of jokes.”

Inkosi Simphiwe Zuma of the kwaNxamalala Tribal Authority, Zuma's nephew, said there was nothing to celebrate. The family confirmed that he does not look well and happy at all. There is still a remainder of the poison, which is complicating his health. People wish Zuma a speedy recovery. See the source image

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Jacob Zuma at Nkandla but not his 'charming, ever-laughing self': concerned family (timeslive.co.za)

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