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Tito Mboweni sent a strong and a touching message to Jacob Zuma. Here’s what he said.

When reality sets in, emotions react, no matter how powerful, prominent, or bold you are. Most people recognize Tito Mboweni as a regular former finance minister who enjoys cooking and singing. That is, until they saw his other side, the sweet, loving, and caring side. Many people were moved by his message to Jacob Zuma, which he sent on the 19th of August.

Jacob Zuma, the former president of South Africa, is going through a difficult period in his life. He is not in good health, despite having served 15 years in a penal facility. He was admitted to a hospital last week and had a medical operation on Sunday, but he has yet to be released.

Following everything that has happened to him, including his detention and health concerns, Tito Mboweni took to Twitter to express his condolences and best wishes to the former president. He stated in his texts, "We've known each other for a long time. a long time Lesotho, Mozambique, the United Kingdom, Zambia, Luanda, and here in the United States. We all make mistakes from time to time. We can, however, reclaim our past splendor. My brother, buddy, and comrade, get well soon."

This is a tragic situation. As a country, we must set aside our differences and ideas in order to pray for Zuma, as seen in the comments.

We must all pray for Jacob Zuma's health and safety, regardless of our political disagreements. May God continue to bless and heal him. He once committed his life to fighting for the freedom we have now, and he also dedicated his time to leading us so successfully during his presidency.

What would you say to him if you just had one chance to speak to him in this state? Please leave your remarks in the space below.


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