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Man Sends A Message To Jacob Zuma For Something He Did Years Ago “I'm Sorry Nxamalala”

After committing this action many years ago, a man sends a message to Jacob Zuma saying, "I'm Sorry, Nxamalala." 

In 2018, the people of South Africa wanted Jacob Zuma to step down because they believed he was responsible for the country's current state of affairs. Cyril Ramaphosa, on the other hand, is currently going through the same thing as everyone wants him out of office as well, and people have recently recognized something that they were unaware of some years ago. 

Following the realization that they wanted him gone but that they were doing well during his time in office, a person going by the name of Plus Muhammad has taken to social media to send his apologies to Jacob Zuma. This comes after the realization that they wanted him gone. Plus stated "It's hard for me to imagine that I ever used nail polish to write "Zuma Must Fall" on the back window of my car. A automobile that I was able to purchase since I was able to secure employment during Zuma's presidency. I'm sorry Nxamalala ". 

Up until recently, Jacob Zuma had the lowest approval rating of any president in South African history. Others continue to dislike him, despite the fact that they believe things operated more efficiently under his leadership than they do at the present time. Nevertheless, when it comes to economics and politics, there is one issue that most people do not comprehend. In my view, politics is analogous to the act of planting a tree. It does not take a day for the tree to grow. When a good seed is planted, it will produce good results; but, when a terrible tree is planted, it will produce bad outcomes. It is sad that the seeds planted by one president are meant to be cared for by the president who follows them. Ramaphosa did not commit any wrongdoing, and he should not be held responsible for the poor quality of the trees that the former president planted. 

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