‘My granny told me in a dream to say sorry to Zuma’ 

By Celani Sikhakhane

Dr Makhosi Khoza revealed in an interview with Scrolla.Africa that she visited Jacob Zuma earlier this month to apologise to him after her late grandmother told her to do so in a dream. 

She called on the former president at his Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal to say sorry for the claims she made against him while she was head of the parliamentary Public Protector Ad Hoc Committee.

“My grandmother, who also shares the surname of maMzobe with Zuma’s mother, came to me in a dream. She said many things and also instructed me to apologise to Zuma for everything I uttered against him years ago. 

“I was shocked by the dream that kept coming back. You know as black Zulu people we grow up being told the importance of respect for our elders. I followed my granny’s instructions,” said Khoza.

Khoza resigned from the ANC in September 2017 after she described Zuma as a “dishonourable and disgraceful leader”.

“I will not be led by a leader who lost legitimacy and credibility. I want to say goodbye to the corrupt ANC,” Khoza said at the time.

She even accused Zuma of using IFP and EFF members of Parliament to back the now-fired public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebana’s candidacy during the job interviews for the position. 

Khoza said she now regrets what she said about Zuma because she was blinded by dark forces.

“I know people are shocked and throw insults at me for visiting Zuma to apologise but I don’t care. I did what I believed was right. Be careful when whites clap hands for you when you attack your own. I’m glad that I have honoured my granny’s instruction to apologise to Zuma,” she said.

Khoza went to meet Zuma and his loyal friend Philani Mavundla, who is president of the Abantu Batho Congress and the mayor of the Umvoti municipality in Greytown. 

After that meeting, Khoza was appointed deputy president of the Abantu Batho Congress.

Pictured above: Dr Makhosi Khoza flanked by former president Jacob Zuma and Umvoti mayor Philani Mavundla in Nkandla.

Image source: Supplied 


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