Family and church leaders hold prayer service for Jacob Zuma

Family and church leaders hold prayer service for Jacob Zuma

- Those close to the former president have organised a prayer meeting to support him

- The organisers say that they've organised the meeting to thank Zuma for everything he has done

- The meeting took place in the infamous Nkandla

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According to reports by eNCA, Jacob Zuma's family and some church leaders have organised a prayer meeting for the former president.

They are calling it a welcome home prayer. The 'meeting' took place in Nkandla - Jacob Zuma's famous hometown.

The people behind organising the prayer meeting said that it was merely a way of thanking him for all of the good work he has been doing.

He championed the way for the poor, he introduced the ARVs for everybody and he also made sure that the issue of free education is something that is put into action.

According to religious leaders the prayers are long overdue for Zuma and they will be praying for his personal welfare and for the challenges that he will have to face in the time ahead.

READ ALSO: IFP beats ANC in Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla home region by-election

We feel that Msholozi is appearing in court, back in the province and we have not held a prayer session.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the pastors believe that all the challenges the former president has faced over the years were a spiritual attack on him as a person.

The former South African president was forced to step down and will be going to court next week over the corruption charges against him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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