- Duduzile Zuma has declared that she will be standing by her father Jacob Zuma's side as he defies the ConCourt ruling
- Heading online, the daughter of Zuma wrote in a caption in isiZulu that they are not afraid of cowards and that their gates are open
- While many fans of the family shared supportive messages in the comment section, others criticised her over the tweet
Duduzile Zuma is standing beside her father Jacob Zuma come hell or high water. The young lady recently headed to Twitter to show her support for her dad in a tweet in which she shared Martin Luther King Jr excerpt quote from his "When Peace Becomes Obnoxious” speech.
In the caption of her post, she also stated that they (assumedly her father and his family) were not afraid of cowards, also adding that they are not afraid of boers and ending off the caption by saying that they are waiting and their gate is open.
@Asiwasabi amagwala...asiwasabi amabhunu. Silindile, isango livuliwe... azishe. Sinawe @PresJGZuma #WeAreJacobZuma (We are not afraid of cowards ... we are not afraid of Boers. We are waiting, the gate is open ... I'm with you @PresJGZuma#WeAreJacobZuma,)" the tweet translates.
Meanwhile, locals have had this to say:
"Amagwala this, amagwala that, you grew up eating Polony and Cheese purchased with Arms Deal Bribes that were paid directly into uBaba’s Account! Indeed you must defend uBaba."
"Stop quoting Dr Martin Luther King in your family shenanigans...it's embarrassing!"
"Seeing all that's happening in state capture and politics I stand with Zuma.....how do you jump all the courts from magistrate supreme high straight to ConCourts to have someone charged...the system is manipulated."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that It seems as though former president Jacob Zuma still has quite a few die-hard supporters. A post shared to Twitter, which claimed that there were people camping outside Nkandla, resulted in a few concerned responses.
The man in the video shared goes on a rant about Zuma and his support for the former president. The clip is just 56-seconds long but it does show that Zuma's supporters are loyal even after his presidency came to an end.
South Africans have shared their distaste for the clip with many believing the man has been brainwashed.
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