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South Africa can’t wait to see Jacob Zuma at today’s State Capture Inquiry
Former president Jacob Zuma is set to testify at the state capture inquiry on Monday, where he will be interrogated about his conduct during his tenure at the helm of South Africa.
In anticipation of Zuma’s appearance, South Africans already have #jacobzuma trending on Twitter.
Hai it should’ve been a public holiday today since ubaba @PresJGZuma is appearing on #StateCaptureInquiry I pay taxes and I deserve that entertainment as well!! #jacobzuma 😏 pic.twitter.com/sWTrCKv6Wt
— Bathong o serious? (@MaxLebo) July 15, 2019
Ubaba when he arrives at #StateCaptureInquiry #JacobZuma 😂😂🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/eM7GBdCCpn
— Mandla Tshabalala (@Mandla_Ts) July 15, 2019
Happy Nxamalala Day Satafrikans. Today, may we receive more memes🔥🔥😆 #JacobZuma #StateCaptureInquiry pic.twitter.com/UgEDU2I6cD
— O.D.P. 🌈 (@WhaSublimewrote) July 15, 2019
Can’t wait for your laugh baba😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/VgeadHA3yk
— Rori (@Rori_DeepSoul) July 15, 2019
Judge Zondo should let #jacobzuma read a big number out loud for our amusement. It’s Monday. We need the entertainment #Zondocommission #StateCaptureInquiry pic.twitter.com/LvnHn1NEcG
— Dee Ai (@deehein89) July 15, 2019
Clearly, the citizens are expecting more entertainment from Zuma than answers.
“I thought I should brighten up your day,” the former president himself tweeted on Sunday evening.
I thought I should brighten up your day pic.twitter.com/T9kJgBUZz8
— Jacob G Zuma (@PresJGZuma) July 14, 2019
Feature image: Jacob Zuma in 2013, by the US Embassy Ghana via Flickr (PD)