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Leaders who wish to attend the National Welcome Prayer of Zuma should contact Mzwanele Manyi

After it was discovered that the former president will be released on medical parole, many people were eager to see the former president. Some wanted to see him because they just wanted to see if he is indeed sick like the Correctional Service is claiming as they have awarded him with a medical parole. We know that the condition of one getting a medical parole is if they have a terminal illnesse.

The Jacob Zuma Foundation communicated earlier that the release of the former president will not be publisized. The Foundation announced a few days ago that they will be hosting a National Welcome Prayer for the former president. The service will be held on 14 October, and the Foundation is calling for those who are interested in attending to do so. They do not want people to later say that they were left out.

"Dear Leadership from all sectors. Just to make sure we don't leave out anyone who may be interested to attend this historic occasion, please WhatsApp your contact details to spokesperson, Mzwanele Manyi"

When the former president addressed the people, he really did not look like someone who has a terminal illness. He looked stronger than ever. He was in high spirit.

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