Mugabe confesses he gave Chidyausiku unconstitutional Executive orders to overturn ruling on seizure of white-owned farms

Commenting on the tenure of the retired Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku, President Robert Mugabe confessed that he gave Chidyausiku unconstitutional Executive orders to overturn a ruling by then Chief Justice Anthony Gubbay that government should protect the property of white farmers who challenged the legality of the land reform programme.

Said Mugabe:

Considering the way we worked with him, the way he supported our interests, the values of the war of liberation, we found it fit to confer him with a hero’s status…hanzi imhosva vari kuenda vachinogara mumaparazi evarungu, imhosva. Ndikati aiwa havabatwe, vari kungodemonstrator chete. (They said it was wrong that blacks were taking over farms occupied by whites but I said ‘no, it’s not a crime, they are merely demonstrating’). Tikaona zvino, aiwa nyaya dzedu dzakufamba zvakanaka. (We then saw that our issues were being well articulated by the Judiciary). Nepfungwa dzedu dzichiwirinawo nehutongi hwanga huripo….nzira yedu yavhurwa panyaya dzeland reform (We then saw that our policy was aligned to the thinking of the Judiciary and that a way had been created for the land reform programme).

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