uBaba shares ‘bittersweet’ Valentine’s message: "I send you all my love"

uBaba shares ‘bittersweet’ Valentine’s message: "I send you all my love"

On Thursday, former President Jacob Zuma took to social media to share a 'bittersweet' Valentine's Day message to South Africans.

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Msholozi took to Twitter to send a Valentine's Day message to all South Africans, telling them that he loves them all.

However, he hinted at the anniversary of his resignation, dubbing the memories the day brings as "bittersweet."

"This day brings bitter sweet memories for some of us but it also serves as a reminder that love always prevails. Love is the one thing that keeps us going even when we are faced with hardships. Today I send you all my love and say thank you for showing love. Happy Valentine’s Day," the former president wrote on Twitter.

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Earlier Briefly.co.za reported today marks the one year anniversary of Zuma's resignation. On 14 February 2018, uBaba stepped down as the head of state following increased pressure from the ANC and opposing parties.

Many South Africans positively received uBaba's message and one tweep even said she mourned the day.

Thabani Mdletshe, who goes by the Twitter handle‏ @Realthabanim, commented: "On this day we mourn for what they did to you."
Another tweep, @motheose, added: "The message was meant for those who showed LOVE.Its unfortunate that HATEFUL trolls seem to have gotten here first.Sickness.Lots of [love] to you Mr President."

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However, there were those who celebrated the one year anniversary of his resignation.

Fulela Wanetha, ‏ @Makhido, wrote: "We had our wonderful valentine’s present in 2018 when you tendered your resignation. This year we are dealing with one of your egregious legacies of state capture - #Loadshedding."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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