- Former President Jacob Zuma's son has confirmed he might want to run for President someday
- He was speaking at the delayed corruption trial of his father, Jacob Zuma today
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the news
Duduzane Zuma has confirmed that he might still have plans to run for president in the near future.
According to The South African, when questioned about his presidential ambitions after attending his father’s delayed corruption trial, the aspiring politician laid it all on the line. According to him, ‘the plans are on’ – and an ‘interesting journey’ lies ahead.
“What would you like to know? The plans are ON. We are going in, and we are going in thick and fast. Keep an eye on it, because it is going to be an interesting journey." Duduzane said.
Mzansi definitely had mixed reactions to the news. Here's what social media users had to say about the young man's plans:
"So vele Duduzane Zuma wants to be President of this Country. #Zumatrial"
@bigbodyzen humorously wrote:
"Duduzane Zuma is running for president? Hai inene"
"Duduzane has just confirmed live on TV that he's running for president. "
"Duduzane Zuma in the Pietermaritzburg High Court to support his father, former President Jacob Zuma."
"Duduzane will become the youngest President in South Africa, out with the old in with the young."
"My future president... Msholozi"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Duduzane Zuma is quite serious about taking control of Mzansi and he recently made this super clear after doing an interview with a local radio station regarding his political plans, which he recently made public.
Duduzane Zuma thinks he can do a better job than Cyril Ramaphosa According to the young son of former president Jacob Zuma, South Africa needs work done and he is personally ready to put the necessary work into introducing the changes that will move the country forward.
Online Zuma also said that he is willing to raise the bar - that is when it comes to being president of South Africa.
"We have got a country to build, it is as simple as that. I'm willing to stand up and raise the bar," said Zuma in a Kaya Fm Interview on Wednesday this week.
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Source: Briefly News