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Jacob Zuma's Future Looks Uncertain After This Unexpected News Is Discovered || See Why



The people of South Africa have had enough of the former president of South Africa's tricks. The trick is that every month the former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma has always been in the media and this has been contributed by how he was influenced by the people who are close to him. The president of South Africa in the next few months will be facing the most difficult part of his life as his medical parole has been questioned a lot by the Supreme Court of South Africa.

Jacob Zuma's future looks uncertain after this shocking news was discovered during his medical parole trial. In his trial, the court judge discovered that the medical parole that was awarded to Zuma by the former correctional Arthur Fraser was unlawful. This comes after Arthur Fraser who was the correctional service boss of South Africa awarded medical parole to Jacob Zuma after he discovered that his illness was a condition thriving to death.

Jacob Zuma was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for contempt of court after he failed to appear at the Zondo Commission after leaving his office. Jacob Zuma only spent two months of his 15 months sentence which today has made South Africans think about why Zuma is given such special treatment unlike the rest of the prisoners. Jacob Zuma's advocate Dali Mpofu has been showing the country that the sentence that his client has been imposed was illegal and unlawful as someone like Jacob Zuma deserved a home arrest.

The Jacob Zuma medical parole is still underway as his advocate has to prove to the Supreme Court of South Africa that his medical parole was lawful and why Jacob Zuma deserved it.

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