- Minister of Police Bheki Cele has entered the gates of former president Jacob Zuma's home
- The meeting between the police minister and Msholozi has resulted in a lot of assumptions on social media
- 'Bheki Cele' is trending on Twitter where South Africans are discussing the possible outcome
Police Minister Bheki Cele is reportedly set to visit former president Jacob Zuma at his home in Nkandla. The meeting will allegedly take place on Thursday, 18 February. Lirandzu Themba, spokesperson to Cele confirmed the meeting.
According to Themba, the minister will make everything clear after he meets Zuma. The meeting comes after the former president refused to attend the Zondo Commission at the beginning of the week.
South Africans have taken to social media to discuss what tea will be made or spilt during the meeting.
The South African reported that uBaba Zuma had created discourse after trashing the Constitution and insulting President Cyril Ramaphosa. This has resulted in concerns and tension regarding why the Minister of Police is visiting someone who has no care for the law.
Dasen Thathiah, a reporter for eNCA, shared that the minister's vehicles had been stopped at the entrance of Nkandla for a while before being given the go-ahead to enter the property:
Msholozi's meeting with Cele is trending on Twitter. Read some of the tweets below:
"I see Bheki Cele is visiting President Jacob Zuma today at Nkandla. I have a feeling that the MKMVA will pull a drama by blocking the minister’s visit... These ones led by Carl Niehaus and Ntate Kebby can be very dramatic over their Patron in Chief."
"If I was related to Bheki Cele, I’d be embarrassed I wouldn’t even mention it to friends that we are related."
"And now Bheki Cele meeting Zuma, do I see an ousting coming."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on the tea Zuma shared with EFF leader Julius Malema. This came after Malema requested to have tea with the former president. Zuma confirmed that he would be keen on having tea with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader.
Zuma stated in his tweet response that he would be more than happy to host Malema at his home in Nkandla. Adding that he has quite a bit of tea and Malema is more than welcome to share a cup with him.
Nkandla, #TeaWithZuma, #ZumaMalemaTea and #MalemaMeetsZuma are now all trending on Twitter as SAns discuss what could be the outcome of the politicians meeting.
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