- Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla shared a post about her father, former president Jacob Zuma, online
- Zuma-Sambudla stated that Jacob had an easy morning and slept in 'as he was rushing nowhere'
- Many South Africans felt insulted by her post while others praised Jacob for being a leader
Former president Jacob Zuma has been making news a lot recently and so has his home in Nkandla. His daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla jumped on the Nkandla bandwagon as she shared two images of herself and her father at the homestead.
Dudu shared the images on the afternoon of Monday, 15 February, the day Zuma was supposed to appear before the State Capture Inquiry. She shared her greetings from the Nkandla homestead and spoke about her father having a 'lovely, easy morning'. Read her full post below:
"Afternoon greetings South Africa From eNkandla, KwaDaKwanuse Homestead... Had a lovely easy morning, he actually slept in, as he was rushing nowhere."
Dudu's post gained over 5 000 likes on Twitter. Take a look at it below:
Dudu's post inspired various responses, from anger to appreciation. Read some of them below:
"Zuma will be arrested, mark my words. This will end in tears."
"The interior decorator did a good job. Beautiful house."
"Julius' tea girl, mocking the constitutional court judgement. What a time to be alive!"
@Will09453182 responded with:
"Nice palace there for a corrupt person who thinks he's above the law."
In other news about Zuma's children, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Jacob's son Edward stated he would defend his family if the Hawks arrest his father. He revealed this during an interview with Newsroom Afrika, explaining that the Zuma family had defences and they would stop the Hawks from accessing Zuma's homestead in Nkandla.
He went further and said that he was prepared to hire locksmiths to put locks on the gate to stop the Hawks from arresting his father, according to The South African.
Jacob Zuma was due to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture on Monday, 15 February but his lawyers said that he would not appear and their client believes that he is innocent.
uMkhonto weSizwe military veterans headed to Nkandla to do what is "necessary" to prevent the former president from being arrested. Zuma has refused to appear before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry despite being threatened with arrest.
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