In an interview with CNBC Africa, Zimbabwe’s former Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara hinted that he might come out of retirement.
In a wide ranging interview, Mutambara said at the moment he is focused on writing. When asked what his future plans were Mutambara said:
Right now I am busy writing because I think writing is important. We don’t do enough writing, documentation is divine. Writing is important. Our change makers; civic society, business people, the politicians do not write. I have just given an example of President Mugabe; 57 years of front end action, zero books…However, since these guys are messing up the country I might have to come out of retirement and become a political gangster one more time. But for now lets right. But I will keep my options open.
Mutambara has written books, In Search of the Elusive Zimbabwean Dream: An Autobiography of Thought Leadership, Volume I —-) and The Path to Power: In search of the Elusive Zimbabwean Dream, an Autobiography of Thought Leadership, Volume II.