Chief Zvimba: Mugabe Was Not A Chief & Won’t Have A Chief’s Burial

Chief Zvimba said the late former President Robert Mugabe belonged to the Zvimba royal family but was not a chief and will not have a chief’s burial.

The chief also castigated Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwawo, whom he said left Zimbabwe not because he was chased but is a fugitive from justice.

The traditional leader was speaking to State media on the sidelines of a farewell ceremony at Murombedzi Growth Point on Monday. He said:

He was not a chief and the chief’s burial that you are hearing is not the truth.

It’s a strict burial initiated by the Zvimba clan and the Government. We are working together with the Government.

Whatever they want to do, they consult, so there is nothing that is done outside the requirements of the family and Government requirements.

We work together with Government to the logical conclusion of the burial and there is nothing private or fishy about it. We will make the rightful announcements at the right time and there is no speculation.

I believe that Patrick Zhuwao left Zimbabwe after committing an offence. There is nothing that President ED Mnangagwa has done to chase out all those who went into exile, including Patrick Zhuwao.

I can say that the guilty are afraid, ED as President has not expelled anyone from Zimbabwe.

More: The Herald

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