'Zuma probably sent his driver to go organise medical certificate,' says caller
Former President Jacob Zuma's Twitter post has sparked a debate over social media.
This comes after Judge Dhaya Pillay issued a warrant of arrest for him, saying it would be effected if he failed to appear in court on 6 May.
The debate over Zuma's medical certificate, which was produced in court, continues on the Eusebius McKaiser Show open line.
Zuma is not a victim and he is always victimising us. My own take is that Zuma didn't even go to the doctor, he sent his driver to go organise a medical certificate for him. Jacob Zuma is a liar.Lucky, Caller
I wonder who pays really you (Eusebius) to hate on Jacob Zuma so much? What did he do to you personally? Everything you are saying you're pushing this narrative that he did something wrong to you. Just stop this thing of trying put Zuma in a dark light, for whatever reason I don't know. It's all speculations and it's annoying.Sandisile, Caller
Eusebius had one question for Sandisile but the line had dropped.
All I want to know is: 'Is everything okay at home Sandisile?'Eusebius McKaiser, Show host
That Sandisile person really irritated me. As a black person, I get offended by people who think it's okay for us to accept mediocrity. I am frustrated at the fact that we know Jacob Zuma almost destroyed the country. He was a bad leader, period.Keke, Caller
I just love your response to the Zuma fan, “ is everything ok at home?” 🤣— Edith (@AdvEdithLanga) February 6, 2020
@Eusebius stop talking nonsense. We didn't lose Sandisile. He ran! He spewed indefensible bile and ran.— Rams Mabote (@RamsByTheHorns) February 6, 2020
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