Jacob Zuma has big plans for a university at Nkandla

Jacob Zuma has big plans for a university at Nkandla

- Jacob Zuma revealed his plans for a university at Nkandla

- The former president also plans to build skills development college in his rural village

- It is Zuma's dream to produce from these institutions patriotic youngsters who are brave enough to stand up to white dominance

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Jacob Zuma declared that he had already allocated land for the planned university and college that will be built in Nkandla.

Zuma wants these institutions to create youth that are patriotic and brave, and he wants them to stand up against white dominance. He also joked he would haunt them if they don't help him achieve his dream.

The former president promised that his education trust will continue to give bursaries to the students who can't afford further education, according to a report by IOL News.

I have already spoken to some people and I will go raising funds to build this college and it is absolutely important Amakhosi (chiefs) even sell the livestock to fundraise for this college and university if my way doesn’t work out.

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Zuma said he roped in the help of a wealthy and generous Nigerian to help him achieve his vision.

He also has a foundation and his foundation and mine have entered into a partnership and I have told him about this dream because when he delves into his pockets there is no limit.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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