Duduzane Was Seen Purchasing Food From A Street Vendor, And This Is What Happened.
Duduzane Zuma, the son of former president Jacob Zuma, was seen buying food from a street vendor somewhere in Kwa-Zulu Natal, leaving Mzansi divided on whether or not this is one of Duduzane Zuma's campaign gimmicks.
The young Zuma has made it clear that he wants to run for the ANC presidency in 2022.
But, as everyone knows, politicians and aspiring politicians would pull any publicity stunt if it means attracting votes, and Duduzane Zuma might be doing just that.
Duduzane, accompanied by his bodyguard, purchased food from a street vendor, and as he walked along the streets, a crowd of people took turns photographing him.
Some say Duduzane Zuma is a modest, charismatic, and ambitious man, but does he really have what it takes to be South Africa's president?
Users on social media have expressed their mixed feelings about the idea, as follows:
"He never went to support these people while his father was in charge. The wealthy could not be trusted "Some people were in disagreement.
"I'm still not convinced he's the president, but he's a nice guy. He appears to be very friendly and wet."
"Oh please," some argued, "we know the party makes these spontaneous location visits closer to election time."
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