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NIS gains traction against Zuma

04 April 2014, 08:30


National Investigation Unit(NIS) takes over the docket against Zuma

The Africa Unite Party is happy to report that today it was one of the five parties included in the prosecution of President Zuma. All the separate dockets have been now amalgamated into ONE single docket and have been transferred from Nkandla to the elite National Investigation Unit ( NIS) headed up by C. Johnson

( Major General)  acting divisional commissioner of the detective service and assisted by Lt Colonel JF Van Vuuren. The case against President Zuma is now under the command of Lieutenant General Moonoo. The previous dockets that were given to all the parties concerned have been put under one docket number – that of Cas 123/03/2014. The previous docket numbers were 1046 (from Johannesburg Central) – formerly known as John Vorster Square… and 167 Nkandla headed up by Cpt Mgaga.

What this means in plain English is that the case itself has been transferred back from Nkandla ( where nothing was ever going to happen) to the top investigation unit of the South African Police Service…and this is VERY good news for all South Africans.

What this means is that the police force are taking this seriously. They will be acting in the most professional way to ensure that no stone is left unturned to find out the truth about the Nkandla story…if there is strong prima facie evidence ( and it is as clear as day)… the matter will be referred to The National Prosecuting Authority for a decision to prosecute Zuma in a court of law…in other words…the president will be duly charged.

At the moment most South Africans believe that Zuma will get away with it again…and if the president can get away with it…we ALL can...i.e. its open season on corruption and the abuse of power and no one is accountable…

That means we all have carte blache to become criminals…just like daddy Zuma…

But this will not happen..Because there are patriots left in our country that care about our land…and they will hold Mr. Zuma to account for any wrongdoing in the Nkandla affair.

The funny thing about all of this is …the longer Zuma stays in power…the weaker the ANC becomes. But they- in their total arrogance don’t believe this… like ancient Rome they have become decadent in their power and they feel they are untouchable… the good news people is…they aren’t…

There are 5 parties that have charged the president…they are :

1.     The DA. 2. The EFF 3. The Africa Unite Party. 4. Mr. Visser. 5.Mr. Snaddon.

Any South African can go into any police station around the country and charge the president… no one can stop you…. So we urge you all to do so. Grow some balls and do it… but even if you decide you can’t… support your political party of choice with energy…money…or even prayers… we need to put this country right and we are doing so with Africa Unite!

Together we are Stronger!

Robin D

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