Mugabe Says He Did Not Know We Had Tanks In Zimbabwe

Former Head of State Robert Mugabe has claimed that he did not know that Zimbabwe had modern tanks.

Addressing journalists in Harare on Thursday, Mugabe said he was told we had ancient tanks not the modern ones that patrolled the streets in November last year during the military takeover code-named Operation Restore Legacy. Said Mugabe:

… And then in our environment, rolled what we never knew we had, some tanks. If we had these tanks I was told they are ancient ones. 1914 to 1918 tanks. T63 or 60-something. There they were rolling, amoured cars running and people not allowed to move from one place to another unless they got the permission of the army…


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Apart from being Head of State and Government, Mugabe was also Commander in Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces before he resigned following a military intervention. It is only logical that Mugabe should have known the armoury as Commander in Chief.

 

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6 comments on “Mugabe Says He Did Not Know We Had Tanks In Zimbabwe

  1. it hurts so much to lose control you knew those were your back born you challenged even the british usa knowing that china was on your side and sadc au were afraid of you karomo tinyararire

    1. SHOWS HE WAS A SECURITY THREAT HOW CAN YOU AS A COMMANDER IN CHIEF STILL WE HAVE RHODESIAN TANKS THE T50 AND T60 FROM 1918 KKKKKKKK

  2. Commander in chief my foot!!!I laugh at you ….silly old man!Tables have turned and now you want democracy upheld?Haven’t you and your kind looted enough.You want to be heard only to create confusion!!!Be gone and never come back.Oh ….your wife once prayed fo some journo to die… Hahahahaha!Tell her to pray more …fast..and abstain from sex!!

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