Dear South Africans, our honorable President, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma has brought to our notice the strive of some external forces to capture and control South Africa.
According to Mr. President, these external forces are hoping to actualize their aim of controlling Mzansi by sowing division in the African National Congress (ANC)
The ultimate plan, he said, is to conquer the ANC, gain control of the affairs of South African, and eventually capture the country.
Stressing that unity in ANC is now important more than ever, President Zuma warned that the parallel government operating outside the democratically elected government of the ANC is working hard to destroy the ANC.
Daddy Zuma made these revelations when he was speaking at an event commemorating the Musa Dladla Region freedom fighters in Empangeni.
Speaking, Zuma severally reiterated that the external forces are doing all they could to divide and conquer the ANC. He specified that they are employing different strategies that would help them capture and control South Africa.
“…I know things,” he said, “let me tell you, there are outside governments who want to control South Africa. In their discussions, they even say if you want to control South Africa, you need to control the ANC.
“(And,) if you want to control the ANC, you need to have a leader that you will control.”
President Zuma inferred that the quest to control the ANC is the reason behind the many numbers of ANC members’ desire to become President.
“Where have you ever seen a situation where all of us want to become president?” He asked. With that, he informed ANC supporters that the public criticism of the ANC by ANC members is playing into the plots of the external forces.
Meanwhile, Mcebisi Jonas, the former deputy Minister of Finance told ANC members in Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth that ANC leaders must embrace the fact that they’ve mistreated those who appointed them to lead.
“The people of South Africa and the nation is in distress. It is the nation that is angry with us (ANC). We need to accept and acknowledge that we have done wrong in many ways,” said Jonas.
He shared the sentiment when he was speaking at a Chris Hani memorial lecture organized by the South African Communist Party (SACP).