What a married woman did to Jacob Zuma astonished South Africans.
When a married woman was photographed kissing the larger-than-life poster depiction of former president Jacob Zuma, the internet went crazy.
Whether you like him or not, former South African President Jacob Zuma is an enigma who has been compared to a cat with nine lives.
Nkandla’s strongman has been involved in battles since long before he became President of the Republic.
While it is claimed that the head who wears the crown sleeps uneasily, Zuma’s difficulties have only become worse since he cast down his crown.
Call it the pinnacle of adoration, yet many people, including Zuma’s most fervent supporters, have criticized what the married lady has done. Nonetheless, many in various social and political sectors believe the woman’s actions are a political statement demonstrating Jacob Zuma’s continued dominance in the hearts of many South Africans.
Zuma, a natural charmer, is a specialist in the field of love and romance, having married more than five spouses, some of them are much younger than his daughter. It’s understandable that a married woman would publicly express her love for someone other than her husband.
Even more, it shows that many South Africans miss the vivacious President, who enlivened campaign rallies and other social and political gatherings with songs sung in his thunderous voice and electrical dancing moves belying his advanced age. Even in Africa, just a few leaders have the appeal of Jacob Zuma.
Zuma’s return to power has recently resurfaced as a popular demand. Many feel that things would have been drastically different if Hitler had remained in power.
This viewpoint is frequently supported by the ruling party’s recent poor performance in the recently ended local government elections, in which the ANC lost its polar position and had to start canvassing to retain its former strongholds such as Kwa Zulu Natal.
Zuma is still a factor, and for every person who despises him, there are hundreds of millions who love and cherish him, as evidenced by the married woman who recently missed his poster in public.