JUST IN: President hails Mugabe - Zimbabwe Situation

JUST IN: President hails Mugabe

Source: JUST IN: President hails Mugabe | The Herald 11 SEP, 2019

JUST IN: President hails MugabePresident Mnangagwa consoles former First Lady Grace Mugabe shortly after she landed at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport. Picture by Justin Mutenda

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter
The late founding leader of the country, former President Mugabe was a revolutionary, icon, Pan Africanist who made Zimbabwe to be what it is today, President Mnangagwa has said.

President Mnangagwa said this while addressing thousands of mourners today who gathered at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport to welcome the body of the late national hero, Cde Mugabe who died in Singapore last Friday.

The body of Cde Mugabe touched down at the RGM International Airport at 3.35 p.m aboard a Chartered flight to a rousing welcome from hundreds of mourners who included Zanu-PF supporters, Government Ministers, hordes of local and foreign journalists.

After a military parade, the body was taken to One Commando, State’s traditional parlour where a brief service was conducted before being taken to his Blue Roof residence in Borrowdale.

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    Mukanya 6 days ago

    A question of two villians saluting each other.

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    Flick 6 days ago

    Mugabe “made Zimbabwe to be what it is today”. Yes indeed, a failed state, a disaster area, a no go zone.

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    Cynical 5 days ago

    The opening sentence sums it up. Yes, Mugabe made Zimbabwe is today, an absolute failure.

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    John Madzima 5 days ago

    To be where you are and able to write those few lines shows how you all benefited from Mugabe policies.Rest in peace son of the soil,will cherish you forever,propaganda will always be there but that will not divert our struggle.

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    Garai 5 days ago

    You said it clearly. For the first time you said the truth. Mugabe made Zimbabwe to be what it is today.