President Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema were the best of the buddies. Julius Malema even went to the extent of saying that he could kill for Jacob Zuma. No doubt about it that you could have called them thick as thieves.
Due to the struggle for power and greed for material wealth, they turned against each other. Now they are as cross as two sticks. One should by now know that if you mess with Jacob Zuma, then you are up against the Devil himself.
Julius Malema has tramped Jacob Zuma’s toes and therefore Jacob Zuma has tramped Julius Malema’s head by releasing his dogs from the South African Revenue Services (SARS) loose on Julius Malema. We don't even know the whereabouts of Julius Malema.
However from his hiding place, Julius Malema himself decided to send President Jacob Zuma a letter in his own handwriting to let the President know he was still in the game.
President Jacob Zuma opened the letter and it appeared to contain a single line of coded message:
President Jacob Zuma was baffled, so he e-mailed it to the Department of State Security, who had no clue to the coded message, so they sent it to the FBI, CIA and the NSA in the United States who also had no clue and eventually to the KGB in the USSR who also had no clue.
Mac Maharaj the Presidential Spokesperson made a press statement that President Jacob Zuma was admitted to the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital in Phoenix for multiple chronic stress related ailments because top intelligence agencies in the world have no clue what Julius Malema’s coded is all about and this has effected him mentally leading to physical paralysis.
As the last resort, Mac Maharaj is pleading to News24 readers to help to break the Julius Malema’s coded message so that Jacob Zuma can recover fully so that he can start his campaigning for the forthcoming General Elections.
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