Reactions To News That Morgan Tsvangirai Was Denied National Hero Status

On Thursday President Emmerson Mnangagwa said that former Prime Minister and former leader of the opposition MDC-T, Morgan Tsvangirai, will receive a state-assisted funeral. He also said that Tsvangirai was not going to be declared a national hero. The news produced mixed reactions among the people of Zimbabwe. Here is how some of the people felt about it.

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5 comments on “Reactions To News That Morgan Tsvangirai Was Denied National Hero Status

  1. The meaning of “National Hero” in ZanuPF terms is distorted and its sad that as a nation we have been led to believe it. They deny him the national Hero status because they don’t know what National Hero means

  2. They were not going to accord him national hero status. Let them keep their. heroes acre it does not matter at all. Morgan Richard Tsvangirai will definately lie in peace at his homeland in buhera . Emmerson keep your bloody fucking heroes acre. You have shown your stupidity. Thats what a president does. But let me say this to you emmerson you shall die also. Richard will remain our hero

  3. So very happy that Zanu PF’s haunted Acre is NOT going to be the resting place of the People’s HERO. Richard Morgan. Buhera is blessed that he is laid to rest at his home.
    His bravery, tenacity and compassion for the people who make Zimbabwe so very special
    will always be respected with admiration and gratitude by us all now and for the future generations of Zimbabweans. Your courage to stand up for Justice for all , amidst such a terribly cruel tyrany is forever in our hearts and minds. We salute and thank you. Rest peacefully now….along .with the others’ who gave their lives fighting against injustice, the relatively “unknown, silent heroes” of whom there were so very many (brutally tortured, and murdered) and know that the examples you set for us will ensure we will NEVER be dictated to nor opressed again. .

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