- Jacob Zuma has come under fire on social media for not remembering anything
- Taking to social media, tweeps slammed the former president's "amnesia" during his state capture testimony
- Mzansi wanted to know how uBaba remembered 1990 but forgot everything from 2004
South Africans are fuming over Jacob Zuma's lack of memory in the State Capture Inquiry. "I don't know, Chair" and "I can't remember, Chair" were some of the frequent responses uBaba used in his testimony.
Taking to social media, Mzansi called the former South African president out for not remembering anything post-2004, yet he can effortlessly recall events from 1990.
Twitter user @biggsmallz1 commented: "Where are the minutes for the meeting where Chabane requested Maseki to be moved?Why is Zuma relying on his memory?#ZumaTestifies."
Another tweep, @JACOB_SOAB, added: "Jacob Zuma remembers everything about 1990 but nothing of 2010. What a legend #StateCapetureInquiry #JacobZuma."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Redi Tlhabi laughed off claims made by uBaba that she is working on a project to further bring his integrity into question.
Taking to social media, the journalist rubbished Zuma's claims.
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