The ruling ZANU PF has said that it will remember the late former president Robert Mugabe for his selfless service to the people of Zimbabwe and the Pan-Africanism cause.
The announcement was made by Zanu PF National Spokesperson, Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo following the passing on of Mugabe in the early hours of Friday in a hospital in Singapore.
It is without irony, however, that the party, following Mugabe’s ouster and his open declaration that he would vote for Chamisa in 2018, stripped him of several of his honours including “cde” which is a sign of inclusion.
The party also accused him of being greedy after the ongoing land audit unearthed that the late veteran leader and his widow, Grace Mugabe own about 16 farms.
Zimbabwe’s founding father was also accused of being greedy for power, something that made him prolong his stay in power by using all means necessary and unnecessary.
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