Durban- Despite the fact that former President Jacob Zuma has been released from the hospital and is now living at home in Nkandla, his family has shared some sad and worrying news.
It will be noted that on Wednesday last week, Mzansi Celebrity News was the first to report that the former head of state had been discharged and spent his first night in the comfort of his home in Nkandla.
For the time being, Msholozi's welcome celebrations have been postponed due to security concerns and the risk of Covid 19 exposure.
His admirers, on the other hand, are concerned about him after his family disclosed some unfortunate news.
The Zuma family is said to be relieved that he has returned to his Nkandla homestead to finish his 15-month prison sentence after being granted medical parole.
According to Mzansi Celebrity News, there are preparations to offer him a lavish welcome, which will include a prayer and the slaughter of bulls to commemorate and thank the ancestors for his safe return. However, his family is now concerned about his health. Zuma has not been his normal merry self since arriving home three days ago.
“We are with him, it's been extremely pleasant,” Zuma's brother Khanya added. We stayed with him until late last night. [The man is fine; they returned him in perfect shape]] Iyaphila insizwa, bamubuyise njongoba
Zuma has been ill since he was "poisoned" in 2014, according to Khanya, and this was the case even before he was sent to hospital. Msholozi was known to have traveled to Russia to confirm the diagnosis and receive therapy a few years ago.
On September 6, UBaba was admitted to a military hospital for medical observation and surgery. Because of his health, he was placed on medical parole earlier this month, according to the Department of Corrections.
Zuma, according to Khanya, "wasn't 100 percent even before he was taken away."
He expressed his delight at Ubaba's return to the family. “He's overjoyed to see the youngsters. As you can see, he is a brave man who is unconcerned about this. He understands that he is in it for the long haul and that he will perish while doing so."
"To be honest, we are more concerned about him than he is about himself," he continued. His wife, [Sizakele] maKhumalo, was overjoyed to see him.
"We're still talking about how delighted we are to have him back as a family." We haven't planned a large party yet, but guests have begun to arrive at the house.
“They want to see him,” says the narrator. It's everyone - his family, his neighbors, his relatives, and his acquaintances. My brother is adored all over the world. Outside, automobiles are parked, waiting to see him.”
We wish UBaba a speedy recovery and pray for his health to improve.
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