Jacob Zuma denies owning a beautiful Dubai house next to Robert Mugabe

Jacob Zuma denies owning a beautiful Dubai house next to Robert Mugabe

- South Africa's former president, Jacob Zuma, has been busy since he joined social media platform Twitter

- He took advantage of the platform to let the country know he does not have a 'Dubai Palace' that is next to former Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe

- Zuma jokingly added that if he had such a house, he would sell it to help him pay his legal fees

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Since he decided to join the social media world, Jacob Zuma has been entertaining as well as informing South Africa with his tweets.

Zuma addressed a claim by The Sunday Times that he owns a beautiful home in Dubai - right next to former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe.

SA's former president also made a joke of the matter, saying that if he has a home like that, he would appreciate it if someone can give him the address and title deed so he can sell it and pay his legal bills.

The @SundayTimesZA is correct that I have sold one of my properties. Seeing as I have a lot of legal fees to pay, I would appreciate if they could provide me with the title deed & address of the house I own in Dubai so that I can sell it because I don’t know anything about it

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While the claims are not old, Zuma's response to them is leaving South Africans in stitches. He is handling Twitter like a boss.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier on some of his most popular tweets since he joined less than a week ago.

Zuma has already gained more than 120 000 followers and is likely to gain more as time goes on.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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