Mugabe Family To Build A Museum In Kutama Zvimba

The family of the late former president Robert Mugabe is planning to build a museum Kutama Village in Zvimba where the former president was buried last month China.Org reports. The matter came to light as ZTN News reported that Leo Mugabe, The late president Mugabe’s nephew said:

That place is going to be turned into a museum type of thing where his grave is in the middle there and people can walk around. In actual fact, in hindsight, this was the best decision, because a mausoleum would have been smaller.

Mugabe died in Singapore a month ago and was supposed to be buried in a mausoleum before his family opted that he be buried in Zvimba his rural home.

More: China.Org 


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2 comments on “Mugabe Family To Build A Museum In Kutama Zvimba

    1. Who cares

      Nxaaaa

      Mugabe destroyed this beautiful country together with Zanu and his cronies who turned against him. Am so happy he died a bitter sad old idiot. The pain he caused so many he felt it also…

      Champion of destruction, killing, looting, brutality, torture and economic mismanagement and sabotage for personal reasons at the expense of a whole country hope they put that in bold in their whatever they are building with our stolen monies.

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