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South African women was spotted praising former SA’s President Jacob Zuma.

Source: https://twitter.com/Nhleiks5/status/1523002212452302853?t=uh3Ir10CMtJJTl_IUPKrog&s=19


It's great to see Cde Dakota, the ANC's first spokesperson, and His Excellency President Jacob Zuma together, not umsuzu uMabe. Do these women who are bowing in front of this man believe he would marry them? They're too late; this man no longer has access to government services.


The Guptas are no longer in power, and there is no longer a Bosassa who will send funds to the Zuma Foundation through Dudu Myeni. Remember that CR gave Mabe an ultimatum: either support CR or go to jail for alleged corruption regarding Made's environmental bikes, which received tenders illegally. Dakota Has Arrived In Bloemfontein Following The SG Case When the charges were reduced from 70 to three, it was revealed that Pravin Gordhan had removed him as a spokesperson. He is a member of the staff who has not been paid despite the fact that the president is a billionaire. All mothers adore President Zuma, the nation's father. Are these women secure around this old chapter of killing millions of black infants to safeguard British colonial thievery and genocide against the Khoi and San? 



https://twitter.com/Nhleiks5/status/1523002212452302853?t=uh3Ir10CMtJJTl_IUPKrog&s=19


President Zuma is the most reliable leader and president we have ever had in the history of South Africa, and President Cyril cannot measure up to his standards and impart on the lives and economics of the country, according to someone on Twitter, and the relationship between President Zuma and Cde Dakota was a breeding ground and that was what ensured the smooth running of the country during Zuma's presidency. 

Sources:\shttps://twitter.com/Nhleiks5/status/1523002212452302853?t=uh3Ir10CMtJJTl IUPKrog&s=19 

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