Jacob Zuma'S DAUGHTER Lindiwe Sisulu riot instigator

Photo via Twitter: @DZumaSambudla

‘Haters must heal, it’s president Zuma day ALL DAY!’ says Dudu

Jacob Zuma’s daughter Dudu has taken to Twitter once again and is overjoyed that he no longer has to serve out his sentence in prison.

Jacob Zuma'S DAUGHTER Lindiwe Sisulu riot instigator

Photo via Twitter: @DZumaSambudla

Oh boy, Dudu Zuma Sambudla is back at it on Twitter. On Tuesday, 7 September, she told “haters to heal” and went on to say that it’s Jacob Zuma day, ALL DAY. This tweet, as well as, a series of others comes after the announcement that Zuma would be released from prison on the grounds of medical parole a mere weeks after his arrest.

Keeping in mind, of course, that he was supposed to serve a 15-month jail sentence.

WHAT HAS DUDU HAD TO SAY SINCE THEN?   

Since the news from the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) on Sunday, Dudu has had quite a bit to say but we’re not really surprised, are we? She has been a constant source of information and developments since her father’s arrest at the end of June. 

Since Sunday and the news that he would leave prison, Dudu has said the following; 

  • “The People’s President Is Loved. Siyabonga. We Saw All The Messages And Heard All The Prayers”; 
  • “Everyday Is A President Zuma Day … Like It Or Not!”
  • “Our Forever PRESIDENT…H.E Jacob G Zuma”
  • “Haters Must Heal…It’s President Zuma Day … ALL DAY!!!”

A user responded to her latest tweet and said; “It’s your father who needs to heal, apparently he is not well.”

Another said; “Celebrate him all the time Dudu, as per DCS doctors his days are numbered here on earth”.

JACOB ZUMA IN HOSPITAL ACCORDING TO FOUNDATION 

The Jacob Zuma Foundation welcomed the decision of the parole board that he should serve the rest of his sentence outside prison.

“H.E Prez Zuma is Today in consultation with his legal team in hospital on a wide range of issues. The Foundation will provide an update in due course. Please keep him in your prayers,” it said on Tuesday.  

The Democratic Alliance (DA), on the other hand, says it will have the decision to place Zuma on medical parole reviewed as it is unlawful. DA leader John Steenhuisen said he wants all the processes to be thoroughly checked even though he’s suspicious.