Opinion: Jacob Zuma plans to collapse ANC by tearing it apart

Opinion: Jacob Zuma plans to collapse ANC by tearing it apart

- Omry Makgoale, a rank-and-file member of the ANC, feels that Jacob Zuma is not a victim of an elaborate plot, but rather the mastermind of one

- Makgoale claims that the former president is attempting to collapse the ruling party by tearing it apart from the inside

- The ANC member shares his opinions on Msholozi's alleged plans to see the fall of the party he pledged his loyalty to

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ANC member Omry Makgoale has some strong views on the actions of former president, Jacob Zuma.

Makgoale claims that Msholozi has a game plan for the downfall of the ruling party, saying that:

"The plan is to sow mistrust and confusion, in order to undermine cohesion and fragment the ANC. The best way is to accuse members and leaders of having served the apartheid regime as spies. As if anybody is immune from being called a spy. Even those accusing others of being spies can be spies themselves. There are no angels in war."

Briefly.co.za reported that Zuma's testimony at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry saw the former president accusing his fellow comrades of working with apartheid agents.

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But why would Jacob Zuma seek to destroy the legacy of a party he supported for all these years?

Makgoale feels that he has the answer to this pressing question, commenting:

"In desperation, following the present inquiry by Judge Raymond Zondo into state capture of South Africa by the Guptas and Watsons under Zuma’s leadership, it has become clear that he is trying to kill the ANC in order to save his own skin, by sowing confusion and mistrust among members. We can assure him that he will not succeed. The ANC will overcome this."

Makgoale explains that once the nation has the power to appoint the majority of politicians to Parliament, corruption will be put to a swift end:

"Power in the hands of the people is the best safeguard of the Republic and its Constitution. At present we are powerless against corruption because we are powerless in Parliament."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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