It is rumoured and believed that the former president Jacob Zuma allegedly accuses the government of not looking after his Nkandla house. According to the source, Jacob Zuma says the department of public works had even stopped cutting grass at his sprawling compound. His compound once got controversial R250 million security upgrades.
Social media critics said that the government owes Jacob Zuma, because he is a former head of state. Another one said that the government should treat Zuma the same way they are maintaining Mbeki's household. Another one fired shots and said, Jacob Zuma can use the money he looted, and employ gardeners.
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