King Mduduzi “Nyazilwezulu” Shembe, the head of the Nazarene church on the Buhleni side, visited former president Jacob Zuma at his Nkandla house on Wednesday and knee down in front of Unyazi to detail the challenges Zuma had encountered as president.

His desire for the pending charges against him to dissipate has been made quite plain. First, he explained that it was his father who originally came up with the name KwaDakwadunuse for his community. I’m thankful that God allowed me to welcome Jesus, King of Nazareth, and his church into the home I grew up in. What you have done in my father’s house, Lord, and the Nazareth family as a whole, is truly miraculous.” Especially in the KwaNxa-Malala region, this is highly unusual and significant for the nation we have built. You see, some of us have been given the opportunity to do the work of the nation (referring to being president).


“Things have happened to me, that much I know. Those who believe this pray for a dowry for their future king.” Many people are praying for me while I am in legal trouble.” After twenty years, no one has been found guilty; the mystery fades but never disappears, so the story goes.” No one is so loving, but his name has been tarnished by the media. He said, “I believe this prayer will accomplish much.” And he continued, “I welcome the Lord to my father’s house.” As your child, Lord, you have my undying devotion. “And the events that surrounded me will run away, they will die beyond the Ntunjambili mountain (a mountain near his house), thank you very much,” concluded Msholozi, who looked relaxed, taking pictures.

When he was done, he knelt before Nyazi and begged for her blessing. God bless you, Nyazi was overheard saying. Due to the pleasant weather, many people from this church showed up for Sunday services. Up in the field, away from the house, was where the party was place. When Nyazi and thi-mba left for Zuma’s house, it was over. Mr. Lizwi Ncwane, the church’s spokesman, expressed the congregation’s delight with the service. The church made historic strides by paying a visit to the former president, and members said they would pray for Msholozi’s health and the resolution of his current difficulties “declared Ncwane. Attendees included Zuma’s daughter, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, and KwaZulu-Natal ANC chair, Siboniso Duma.

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