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BREAKING: South African President, Jacob Zuma, Showers Heavy Praises On Nigeria, Hails The Giant Of Africa, Delivers Powerful Message

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President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has said that the relationship between Nigeria and South Africa should be stronger than any other part, for the sake of the continent of Africa. President Zuma who spoke after being honoured with the Imo Merit Award when he came for the signing of the MoU between Jacob Zuma Education Foundation and Rochas Foundation College of Africa in Owerri, on Sunday, which was made available to Post-Nigeria via email said: “Nigeria is a country among countries in the continent of Africa and globally. What Nigeria says you must note, determines the lots of many.” He said every country in Africa should unite as a people, to fight for the common course of the economic and political emancipation of Africa; stressing that, Africans are one people divided by colonial borders, and it is important to recognize the efforts of some of our great leaders to make them do more. He remarked: “Africans must come together to address African problems. We are the same people. We cannot succeed if we handle problems as individuals. We need to recognize that we are one.” He continued: “I am an ordinary freedom fighter belonging to the African National Congress (ANC). But in 1994, I felt I have been part of those who have made oppressed people of South Africa to accomplish an important mission of liberating themselves. But political freedom without economic freedom is not enough freedom. That is why in our era, we have a government that will begin to make economic laws, because if the economic power is not there, there is very little you can do for the poor and the oppressed”. His words: “Then I have also realized that the time comes for nations to speak the truth, and I am among those who are speaking the truth now, because the more things they said about me, that are not true, the more stubborn I become in my agitation. Do not be dismayed. For these reasons, I stand here being seen as a Hero by the leadership of Imo State in Nigeria and to make me feel empowered that what I say, think, and believe in, is correct.” President Zuma added: “I have also realized from the State of Imo the need to encourage by legislation, these efforts of our heroes. Also, I may suggest that nations in the African Union begin to replicate these types of foundations for the less privileged of society in their various countries and set aside special funds for the running of these foundations. Now this Merit Award says to me, you are encouraged by the Nigerians, work with them together to address African problems.” He Continued: “I am so passionate about the School established by the Governor of this State, and saw the Children coming from all over Africa, and the majority of countries who are here because whoever they were, their future would have been silent and adamant. They come from difficult situations, many of them orphans. I have learnt a lot from my brother, His Excellency, the Governor of Imo State, and had discovered more than I think I know about these emotions, about empowering the African child, and signing the coming together of our foundations influenced by the desire and need to empower the African children”.

President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has said that the relationship between Nigeria and South Africa should be stronger than any other part, for the sake of the continent of Africa.
President Zuma who spoke after being honoured with the Imo Merit Award when he came for the signing of the MoU between Jacob Zuma Education Foundation and Rochas Foundation College of Africa in Owerri, on Sunday, which was made available to Post-Nigeria via email said: “Nigeria is a country among countries in the continent of Africa and globally. What Nigeria says you must note, determines the lots of many.” 

He said every country in Africa should unite as a people, to fight for the common course of the economic and political emancipation of Africa; stressing that, Africans are one people divided by colonial borders, and it is important to recognize the efforts of some of our great leaders to make them do more.
President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has said that the relationship between Nigeria and South Africa should be stronger than any other part, for the sake of the continent of Africa. President Zuma who spoke after being honoured with the Imo Merit Award when he came for the signing of the MoU between Jacob Zuma Education Foundation and Rochas Foundation College of Africa in Owerri, on Sunday, which was made available to Post-Nigeria via email said: “Nigeria is a country among countries in the continent of Africa and globally. What Nigeria says you must note, determines the lots of many.” He said every country in Africa should unite as a people, to fight for the common course of the economic and political emancipation of Africa; stressing that, Africans are one people divided by colonial borders, and it is important to recognize the efforts of some of our great leaders to make them do more. He remarked: “Africans must come together to address African problems. We are the same people. We cannot succeed if we handle problems as individuals. We need to recognize that we are one.” He continued: “I am an ordinary freedom fighter belonging to the African National Congress (ANC). But in 1994, I felt I have been part of those who have made oppressed people of South Africa to accomplish an important mission of liberating themselves. But political freedom without economic freedom is not enough freedom. That is why in our era, we have a government that will begin to make economic laws, because if the economic power is not there, there is very little you can do for the poor and the oppressed”. His words: “Then I have also realized that the time comes for nations to speak the truth, and I am among those who are speaking the truth now, because the more things they said about me, that are not true, the more stubborn I become in my agitation. Do not be dismayed. For these reasons, I stand here being seen as a Hero by the leadership of Imo State in Nigeria and to make me feel empowered that what I say, think, and believe in, is correct.” President Zuma added: “I have also realized from the State of Imo the need to encourage by legislation, these efforts of our heroes. Also, I may suggest that nations in the African Union begin to replicate these types of foundations for the less privileged of society in their various countries and set aside special funds for the running of these foundations. Now this Merit Award says to me, you are encouraged by the Nigerians, work with them together to address African problems.” He Continued: “I am so passionate about the School established by the Governor of this State, and saw the Children coming from all over Africa, and the majority of countries who are here because whoever they were, their future would have been silent and adamant. They come from difficult situations, many of them orphans. I have learnt a lot from my brother, His Excellency, the Governor of Imo State, and had discovered more than I think I know about these emotions, about empowering the African child, and signing the coming together of our foundations influenced by the desire and need to empower the African children”.
He remarked: “Africans must come together to address African problems. We are the same people. We cannot succeed if we handle problems as individuals. We need to recognize that we are one.”
He continued: “I am an ordinary freedom fighter belonging to the African National Congress (ANC). But in 1994, I felt I have been part of those who have made oppressed people of South Africa to accomplish an important mission of liberating themselves. But political freedom without economic freedom is not enough freedom. That is why in our era, we have a government that will begin to make economic laws, because if the economic power is not there, there is very little you can do for the poor and the oppressed”. 

His words: “Then I have also realized that the time comes for nations to speak the truth, and I am among those who are speaking the truth now, because the more things they said about me, that are not true, the more stubborn I become in my agitation. Do not be dismayed. For these reasons, I stand here being seen as a Hero by the leadership of Imo State in Nigeria and to make me feel empowered that what I say, think, and believe in, is correct.”
President Zuma added: “I have also realized from the State of Imo the need to encourage by legislation, these efforts of our heroes. Also, I may suggest that nations in the African Union begin to replicate these types of foundations for the less privileged of society in their various countries and set aside special funds for the running of these foundations. Now this Merit Award says to me, you are encouraged by the Nigerians, work with them together to address African problems.”
He Continued: “I am so passionate about the School established by the Governor of this State, and saw the Children coming from all over Africa, and the majority of countries who are here because whoever they were, their future would have been silent and adamant. They come from difficult situations, many of them orphans. I have learnt a lot from my brother, His Excellency, the Governor of Imo State, and had discovered more than I think I know about these emotions, about empowering the African child, and signing the coming together of our foundations influenced by the desire and need to empower the African children”.
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