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Jailing me was unconstitutional: Zuma speaks for the first time since his release.

JOHANNESBURG - Members of the Jacob Zuma Foundation said that they were prepared to invite the previous president home on Thursday morning and they were calling the event "a festival of a saint". 

Zuma will be invited in Durban after he was conceded clinical parole. 

The sentenced criminal was imprisoned for hatred of court in the wake of declining to help out the state catch commission that he set up. 

The establishment's Mzwanele Manyi: "This will be a day of energy, truly. It's a petition [day] however I additionally imagine that simultaneously, it's a festival of a legend, a political dissident, a festival of an extrovert's, a festival of a dad of the country." 

It will be the previous president's first open appearance following his detainment at the Estcourt jail office in July. He was put on clinical parole in September. 

Previous President Jacob Zuma said his detainment was what might be compared to what occurred under politically-sanctioned racial segregation where individuals were imprisoned without preliminary. 

He was talking at a petition administration in Durban on Thursday to invite him home. 

Zuma said his detainment was illegal: "It is this State that has detained me for hatred of court without preliminary. Something has turned out badly." 

Zuma has been delivered on clinical parole subsequent to being condemned to 15 months detainment for declining to affirm before the state catch commission.

Jacob Zuma was arrested for not following the court orders and he was jailed without a trial, Jacob zuma becomes the president in the democratic states to be arrested for no good reason.

do you think that Zuma’s releases have something to do with campaigning for local government elections in kwa Zulu Natal? Because this might be campaigning strategy for ANC to gain more votes in KZN.

Jacob zuma addresses his supporters for the first ever after his parole.

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