Official sent to end conflicts over whether or not Zuma is president

Official sent to end conflicts over whether or not Zuma is president

Following conflicts in parts of KwaZulu-Natal, where people believe Jacob Zuma is still president, officials have been sent on a campaign to settle the confusion. Sipho Hlomuka, deputy secretary for the ANC in the province, has reportedly been dispersed to various districts.

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Conflicts have been reported in parts of KwaZulu-Natal, where people believe Jacob Zuma is still president.

KZN ANC deputy secretary, Sipho Hlomuka, has reportedly embarked on a campaign to settle the conflict in a few rural areas.

According to the Citizen, some people in the King Bhambatha, Nquthu, and Msinga districts are convinced that Zuma is still president.

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Speaking to Isolezwe, Hlomuka said that the issue is not widespread, but prevalent:

Although not all rural areas think so but in those conflicts, we are busy helping Msholozi to tell people that Ramaphosa has become our current president. One thing we know is that the key to people as voting is not the president but the ANC.

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The KwaZulu-Natal region is definitely remains a Zuma stronghold. Briefly.co.za reported earlier this month that Msholozi enjoys great support in the area, with supporters chanting his name at the recent ANC manifesto launch.

The former president subsequently thanked his supporters for their loyalty in a video posted to social media platform, Twitter:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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