MKP’s Vote-Rigging Evidence Is ‘Elephant-Sized’ – Jacob Zuma

The Electoral Court case against the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) for election fraud will be revived, according to uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party leader Jacob Zuma, who maintains there is ample evidence to back up their claims.

Last Monday, MKP withdrew its complaint against the IEC after filing an urgent application to throw aside the 2024 general election results and declare them invalid.

It accused the IEC of manipulating elections.

However, the former statesman stated over the weekend in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) that the party had uncovered proof “the size of an elephant” to support its argument.

He stated that the main reason for withdrawing the complaint was that the party discovered significant evidence, which required time for their lawyers to document it.

“One of the reasons we withdrew the case is because the evidence we obtained is comparable to the size of an elephant.

“The lawyers required time to document the evidence, even though some individuals wanted the matter to be resolved.

“I’m adding to what the comrade has said; the case is approaching, and there is no location where they haven’t robbed. “We have the evidence now,” he stated.

In some of their assertions, the party claimed that over 9.3 million ballots were unaccounted for.

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has filed papers with the Electoral Court to challenge the MK Party’s plea to declare the 2024 general election results unlawful.

In an affidavit filed by Helen Zille, the head of the DA’s federal council, the party said that it opposed the MK Party’s move to invalidate the most recent elections.

The commission also requested the court to dismiss MKP’s application, claiming that it did not give sufficient evidence to back up its assertions.

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