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23 Apr 2017
9:00 pm

Vytjie Mentor’s plan to remove ‘monster’ Zuma

Citizen Reporter

'If you love me, care for me, and need me as you always declare you do, you will consider this humble plea from the bottom of my heart.'

Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor. (Photo by Gallo Images / Sunday Times / Esa Alexander)

Former African National Congress (ANC) MP and ANC whistleblower Vytjie Mentor has announced on social media her plans to get rid of President Jacob Zuma.

Mentor, who has been criticising the president for a while now, says its time for South Africans to ensure that “monster” Zuma steps down.

Mentor has announced to her followers that “I’m going to go on a hunger-strike soon”. Mentor will be demanding only four things; that the president steps down, South Africans to rise and occupy parliament and the Union Buildings until Zuma Steps down, that the Guptas’ citizenship is revoked and the cancellation of the Russian nuclear deal.

Mentor is, however, not planning to do this alone as she has written an open letter to South Africans to unite against “state capture”.

“One big march here and there across the country will never take Zuma down. It is against this background that I ask you South Africans to occupy parliament and the Union Building day and night until Zuma is forced to step down.

“This is a clarion call to all South Africa to embark on a PEACEFUL SUSTAINED ACTION to bring this Monster down!. The red berets did it in Thailand, Brazil did it, South Korea did it, and we can do it too.”

“If you love me, care for me, and need me as you always declare you do, you will consider this humble plea from the bottom of my heart.”

Mentor said she was not going to stand by and watch the president destroy the country.

Read her full letter below:

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