KZN has been shutdown ever since the Former South African President Jacob Zuma was arrested on Wednesday. The supporters of the former president Jacob Zuma are now fighting for him to be released with immediate effect and it seems as they are ready for anything.
Currently KZN has been shutdown totally and the residents has been burning vehicles, burning tires and they've now closed the national road, Today we've seen pictures that has been all over social media that shows police trying resolve the issue but it's not helping the situation as it seems that the residents are ready to die for the former president.
But if the former president Jacob Zuma committed a crime or violated the law is he not supposed to face the law? Does being a former president makes one to be above the law? If Jacob Zuma is innocent he'll surely prove it in court just like everyone.
The tricky part is how is the government supposed to solve this situation? If they release Jacob Zuma what message will they be sending to the nation? .
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