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JACOB ZUMA’S PROTECTION CONVOY CRASH INTO ONE ANOTHER DURING ANC CAMPAIGN

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Jacob Zuma’s protection team had a bit of an issue on Friday morning while campaigning for the ANC in Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal.

Footage has emerged on Twitter which shows the damage to a BMW with state branding on it. Two vehicles which formed part of the convoy ‘bumped’ into one another leaving a vehicle with a damaged front bumper and headlight.

The clip shows the damage which was captured by a member of the public.

The former president was in Pinetown’s bus terminal and taxi rank walk among the singing crowds and handing out pamphlets. to campaign for the ANC ahead of next year’s elections.

Other videos from the event have been attached which shows Zuma being well-received by supporters.

The former president gave a brief address and said it was voting that would safeguard the ANC’s rule. He added that he was there to remind the public to vote for the ANC.

If you don’t vote for the ANC, it will be taken by the opposition

Everyone should vote for the ANC. We need to protect the nation. Our strength is in voting

He concluded proceeding by stating that he would be at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on January 12, celebrating the ANC’s birthday.

Followed by ending his address by singing his popular song Mshini’wam’.