The ruling ZANU PF is reportedly contemplating turning into a museum the Blue Roof Mansion, where the family of the late former founding leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is residing.
ZBC News reports that ZANU PF secretary for administration, Obert Mpofu, revealed the development saying that the state-of-the-art building can even be turned into anything that benefits the party.
Leo Mugabe, the spokesperson of the Mugabe family shocked the country when he revealed that both the Blue Roof and the Mt Pleasant home which is used by Mugabe’s daughter, Bona, belonged to ZANU PF.
The party confirmed the report and also indicated that plans were underway to transfer title deeds of the mansion to the Mugabe family.
Analysts argued back then that the move was meant to bribe the Mugabe family into accepting to bury Mugabe at the National Heroes Acre and not Kutama his rural home where he was buried last Saturday.
The development could be viewed as retaliation to the embarrassment that was brought to the government when the family decided to take the former veteran leader to his rural home.
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