Mnangagwa Pulls New ‘Magufuli’ Shocker Flies Economy Class

Mnangagwa Pulls New ‘Magufuli’ Shocker Flies Economy Class

Source: Mnangagwa Pulls New ‘Magufuli’ Shocker Flies Economy Class | ZimEye

Mnangagwa flies low cost

By Paul Nyathi | President Emmerson Mnangagwa continues to play the “pro poor” Magufuli radical card, achange from former President Robert Mugabe as he today flew in a low cost scheduled flight from Harare to Johannesburg.

Unlike his predecessor who used to fly in a special business class chartered Air Zimbabwe jet on every trip, Mnangagwa flew to South Africa on his first international trip in a scheduled low cost Fly Africa Club jet which only has economy class.

The president travelled with a delegation of about ten people in the plane which costs about $200 return ticket from Harare to Johannesburg.

The President shocked a lot of travellers at the Robert Mugabe International Airport when he checked in for the flight together with ordinary passengers.


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    Prosper Muzambi 5 years ago

    Good Mr President. Presently Zimbabwe definitely does not have the economic capacity to afford the extravagance of the Former President.
    With good policies and commitment to implement them, we will definitely get into the promised land flowing of milk and honey, our Zimbabwe of the early 1980s

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    Flick 5 years ago

    Can it be that the tide is finally turning for Zimbabwe. I hope so but it is early days and next years elections will tell all.

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    Good job president ED. Well done. Very refreshing

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    Impressed keep up the positive changes and Zimbabwe will flourish again.

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    Sibusiso Hlatshwayo 5 years ago

    Mr President, so far so good. If you will continue to play your cards right and, like the Americans say, put your money where your mouth is and walk the talk, you will definitely win the hearts of all Zimbabweans! Come 2018 and yours will be just a walk in park. I pray that you continue steadfast in your God-given mandate to make Zimbabwe great again. I may not be Zimbabwean, but like all Zimbabweans, I am an African and what hurts my Zimbabwean brothers and sisters, hurts me as well. I have shared in their suffering, in many ways and like all of them I pray for a new and prosperous Zimbabwe. Thank you, Your Excellency!