Meeting the press this morning, the president said he had recently decided to become socially implicated and that he wanted to bring a smile to the most disadvantaged people in South Africa.
“Even if they are homeless, these people deserve to have a s_ex life,” he told reporters.“Fulfilling people’s s_exual needs is what I do best, so that’s what I decided to do for them.”
Jacob Zuma gave a total of 20,540 s_ex toys of different models to 114 shelters in Gauteng, Free State and KZN provinces.
Many were surprised to receive a free se_x toy with their meal, when they visited their local shelters.
More than 8,000 toys have already been distributed, and the others will be given out next weekend.
The distribution has already raised a lot of critics from various sources, including from the people who received the presents.
“Where do they expect me to use that?” said Ray Dumeni, a 59-year old homeless man from Joburg.“I’m never alone, except when I take a dump in a public bathroom.”
Some organizations, including the EFF, openly admit that they felt uneasy about Zuma’s donation.
More than 40 shelters linked to various religious organizations, completely refused to take Mr Zuma’s donation.
Despite such negative reactions, the president says he’s convinced that he’ll “make many people very happy” with his gifts.