Mugabe’s Son, Chatunga Mocks Zimbabweans For Replacing His Father With ‘Thugs’

Former President Robert Mugabe’s son, Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe has chided Zimbabweans for celebrating the ouster of his father in a military coup in November 2017.

Chatunga said that his father was replaced by “bouncers” or thugs. Writing on microblogging site Twitter, he said:

I laughed when my fellow brothers and sisters celebrated the removal of President RG my Dad and replaced him with his bouncers taizviziva kwazvichasvika here we go.

The word bouncer insinuates that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputies are thugs who use violence to dealt with issues. Chatunga’s comments come after security forces dealt ruthlessly with protests against austerity measures being driven by Mnangagwa’s administration.

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7 comments on “Mugabe’s Son, Chatunga Mocks Zimbabweans For Replacing His Father With ‘Thugs’

  1. Your father trained them coupled with your motor mouthed mother and your wayward behaviour man, made the worst first family ever to exist. As for these bouncers don’t worry at least they are changing for the better. Remember your father never allowed a demo. let alone anyone critising him. Your father was a whole lot of cruelity man so don’t boast with that crap.

  2. Poor deluded soul. If his parents were such good people there would not have been a need to replace them. You ought to be ashamed of yourself when you see the plight of the Zimbabwean people whom your mother continues to steal from. Respect for the old man remains. If he had not met that Jezebel, we would be talking a different story about Zimbabwe.

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