- Zuma appears to either be in denial or delusional as to why the ANC is recalling him
- His "interview" on SABC was more of a monologue where he pulled the victim card and claimed that he was ignorant of why the ANC was recalling him
- Luckily Twitter was there to remind Zuma of why he is in the situation he is now
Jacob Zuma played the victim card during an interview where he cleared the air about his recall by the ANC. He was adamant that he was not defying the ANC but was perplexed as to why he was being recalled.
He says that he has not been told what he has done wrong to be recalled and as afar as he knows he is innocent.
South Africans took to Twitter to give Jacob Zuma a small history lesson and to remind him that SA is very aware of what Zuma has done to warrant a recall.
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In fact South Africans were shocked that Zuma would plead ignorance to such a degree.
That was just the beginning as the floodgates were opened and a torrent of tweets flooded the internet giving Zuma reasons for his recall.
The Constitutional Court's ruling was damning and has been the driving argument for impeachment by opposition parties since the ruling.
The allegations of state capture and the president's close proximity to the Guptas has left a lot a questions unanswered. The raid on the Guptas Saxonwald compound this morning shows that power is slipping out of his hands.
Zuma made a crucial mistake, he insulted South Africa's intelligence and tried to pull the wool over our eyes but a cloud has been hanging over Zuma's head for so long it is finally starting to rain.
He believes that whatever the ANC's reasons for recalling him can be sorted out and his resignation is not necessary.
His behaviour does not reflect the maturity of his age or position, when Thabo Mbeki was recalled he resigned with dignity and grace.
Zuma is adamant that he is not defying the ANC but simply disagreeing with their decision to recall him and feels that he is being victimized.
Even Julius Malema entered the fray, he had a front row seat to the action when Mbeki was recalled.
South Africa is facing a watershed moment and Zuma is failing to realise that there is more at stake than his personal interests and an entire country is at risk.
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