Social media users have flocked to Twitter and started a trend directed to former President Jacob Zuma.
Sorry Jacob Zuma topped Twitter trends on Monday. This follows after it was announced that petrol prices are going up again on wednesday, 6 July 2022.
Motorists took to social media to take out their frustrations and also apologised for letting Zuma go. They say that petrol and diesel was affordable during Zuma's time.
"I hope I'm not too late, but I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to HE @PresJGZuma for all the harmful things I said about you l, during your tenure. I was made to believe that you were the problem, but I know better now. Sorry, my president," a user wrote.
The Jacob Zuma foundation replied and said they will show him the messages.
"The @JGZ_Foundation is humbled by the messages in the #SorryJacobZuma .All these messages will be brought to the attention of H.E President Zuma.
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