Jacob Zuma told Nkandla party guests to not bow down to white people

Jacob Zuma told Nkandla party guests to not bow down to white people

Jacob Zuma told his guests at his yearly Christmas party at Nkandla that they must stop bowing to white people. He added he wants to build a college and university in Nkandla to educate black South Africans so they'll stop fearing white people.

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Jacob Zuma addressed the crowd at his annual Christmas party at Nkandla. He told his guests to stop fearing and bowing to white people.

The former South African president also said that he wants to build a university and college in Nkandla to educate black South Africans.

According to Zuma, with education can the fear of whites be removed from black minds.

IOL News reported that Zuma already has land where he plans to build the university and college.

I have my own objectives about these schools because we must create an African that can think and who must remove the fear of a white man that we have. We fear whites so that they end up talking about us anyhow they wish.

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Zuma said that white people met in Berlin to plan how they were going to divide South Africa and then came and imposed rules that are still being obeyed.

Those rules continue to govern us even we are educated and in political power. We can't even touch those laws because they are like the Ten Commandments.

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Zuma is convinced that the key to liberation lies in knowledge.

I want people who are clever and brave because intelligence goes hand in hand with bravery because being clever without being brave is meaningless.

Briefly.co.za reported that Zuma also said that he is close to becoming an ancestor himself while he was talking at the party.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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