Tweeps accuse church leaders of being in the same WhatsApp group as Zuma

Tweeps accuse church leaders of being in the same WhatsApp group as Zuma

On Friday, Zuma's supporters walked through the streets of Durban in a protest against his trial, which was later postponed until 8 June 2018.

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There was a marching band and a huge banner reading, "Hands off Msholozi", but the most notable part was the church leaders, who was seen arm in arm partaking in the march.

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Their presence in the pro-Zuma march was highly criticised by tweeps, who said church leaders were supporting sins such as theft, corruption and fraud.

A parody Twitter page called Man's Not Barry Roux, posted a tweet that received a lot of replies from South Africans.

Tweeps agreed with the post, some even saying the church leaders worshipped money instead of God.

However, some tweeps stood up for Zuma and the church leaders, saying he was still innocent until proven guilty and the leaders could support him if they wanted to.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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