I have a problem with you Mr. Zuma
I have a problem with the fact that I cannot trust you; I cannot trust you because you say things that you later contradict.
Sir, you have four wives yet you publicly admit that you had unprotected sexual relations with another young woman. You further stated that you had a shower later to prevent the chances of contracting HIV/AIDS, were you trying to wash away your sins or am I to believe that you honestly thought that a shower would protect you from getting AIDS? I as a woman have a problem with the fact that you have deliberately put your four wives at risk of contracting this dread disease, did you not think about them and your family? I have a further problem with the fact that now that you are the newly elected president of the ANC you are stating loud and clear that the ANC structures should actively take part in the fight against the disease. How can I believe or trust what you say?
I have a problem with the fact that you say that you want your day in court yet when the NPA tried to get documents from overseas, you did everything in your power to stop them and in fact to slow down the whole process. If you have nothing to hide why not speed up the process and clear your name? This way you would be able to hold your head high and look everyone in the eye as a proven innocent person.
I have a problem with the fact that you are calling for a united ANC yet you have been the reason the ANC is now a split party, to request that the party repair the rift is asking a bit much after the event. I have a problem Mr Zuma that on the eve of you becoming the new President of the ANC you are still tiredly calling for your machine gun, I was hoping you would be standing for a peaceful and united South Africa.
I have a problem with the fact that you have openly spoken out about gays and in fact have said you would strike them down, how could I trust such a biased person?
I have a problem with the fact that you have never been a strong proponent of the female gender, yet here you are screaming out the fact that you now want a fifty percent female participation in the party, how the hell can we believe you!
You see Mr. Zuma, the President that I want, must be someone that I can look up to, respect and trust, someone that will fight for me no matter what, whether I be a woman or a man, or someone suffering from AIDS, or someone that has other sexual preferences, or someone of another race, colour or religion or rich or poor.
I want you, as my President, to be my champion no matter what. I want someone that I can trust, believe in and rely on and unfortunately Mr Zuma you are not that person.