Duduzile Zuma Is Grateful 100 ANC Councillors Showed Jacob Zuma Appreciation While He's Still Alive

Duduzile Zuma Is Grateful 100 ANC Councillors Showed Jacob Zuma Appreciation While He's Still Alive

  • Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla took to social media to thank the ANC councillors who visited her father in Nkandla
  • Approximately 100 councillors came together to hand over a gift of gratitude to Msholozi on Thursday
  • Some South Africans have also shown their appreciation for the former president while others have stated that he left the country in disarray

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NKANDLA - The act of heading down to former President Jacob Zuma's homestead in Nkandla by 100 ANC councillors has been well received by Zuma's daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla who showed her appreciation on social media.

A group of ANC councillors from eThekwini went to Zuma's home to offer Msholozi a bull as a gift of appreciation for being a great president on Thursday, 9 December.

Duduzile Zuma, ANC Councillors, Jacob Zuma, Appreciation, Bull, gift, Nkandla, eThekwini
Duduzile Zuma has thanked her father's supporters for their continued show of appreciation and support. Images: Darren Stewart & Michele Spatari / AFP
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The Witness reports that the councillors dressed in t-shirts with Zuma's face on the front and thanked him for fighting the HIV/Aids epidemic, the Swine flu and the ebola virus.

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Ward councillor Ntando Khuzwayo stated that they would have paid Zuma a visit much earlier, however, they were focused on the elections. He says they all dedicated their first salaries to buy Zuma a bull and show their gratitude, reports TimesLIVE.

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Duduzile Zuma expresses gratitude to Zuma's supporters

Heading online, Duduzile thanked her father's supporters for loving and defending Msholozi as much as they do. She went on to thank the councillors for giving the former president his flowers while he is still alive.

The post:

Take a look at what South Africans had to say about Duduzille's post:

@zamakubheka4gma said:

"Deputy Chief Justice Zondo will be handing a report to the President of the Republic of South Africa on the 1st of January 2022, kusazoshuba."

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@cab_delivery said:

"The most painful thing is that you will find some amongst these people don't love their own fathers. They are busy celebrating your father who did more damage to the country."

@sliloagri said:

"There is a very strange breed of people in the ANC. Everyone goes and thanks the voters and they go and thank Ubaba..."

@KabeloMayile said:

"Are people who lost their jobs because of burnt warehouses, factories and shops also invited to get a share of the bull on Christmas day?"

Duduzile Zuma uses social media to promote Jacob Zuma’s new tell-all book

Briefly News previously reported that former president Jacob Zuma's tell-all book has been released and his daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla is already promoting it. The JZ Foundation described the book as "riveting" and it seems as though Dudu is trying her best to get the word out there.

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She shared a post on Twitter on Thursday evening posing with the book in front of her face. Once again, the internet showed division. A large majority of commenters under Dudu's post complained that the book seemed too thin and a waste of time.

The rest of the commenters are trying their best to figure out where they can purchase Msholozi's new book.

Source: Briefly News

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