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A Prophet who allegedly prophesied TB Joshua and Shona drops Zuma’s prophecy

Source: Mzansileaks.co.za

Recently, he was called the Prophet of Doom. When he predicted the young death of TB Joshua, he became the focus of attention. Well, after his doom prediction, he managed to give up Shauna Ferguson's death prediction. 

However, this time, it seems that the Prophet Radbelih has a prophet of hope. On social media, the Prophet assured South Africa that if Mzansi prayed for him, Zuma would stand up again and be in good health.

Contrary to his earlier predictions, as we thought, he was pretty sure that Zuma would recover soon. 

Let us pray for Jacob Zuma as a community. He is entitled to the best treatment for everything he has done for the United States of America. 

 However, his prediction sparked a debate about whether Zuma was really sick, or whether his health was just used to escape imprisonment.

The former head of state was released and parole after being described as poor and unsuitable for imprisonment. His probation has since aroused the anger of the opposition, and they demanded that Zuma obtain the answers and advantages of probation. 

After probation, it was discovered that Zuma had refused to conduct any other medical examinations on him, except for the previous medical examination as evidence of his deterioration. 

However, it has recently been reported that Just In: Jacob Zuma is finally free, but will remain in the hospital. The Correctional Services Department said that former President Jacob Zuma will stay in the hospital. 

Zuma served a 15-month sentence for disobeying the court for ignoring the order of the Constitutional Court to appear before the National Detention Committee, and was released on parole due to illness. He was hospitalized on July 8 shortly after his arrest. 

spokesperson Singabakho Nxumalo said that this decision was made after considering Zuma’s medical report. 

Nxumalo said: “He must meet some additional conditions, but now we must declare that he will stay in the hospital until the doctor is discharged, and then he can be taken home to continue medical care.

But in view of the medical report, a decision must be made. You should consider parole for medical treatment."

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