Mugabe messenger of God: Nzuwah

HARARE - Mariyawanda Nzuwah, the Public Service Commission (PSC) chairman, has joined the President Robert Mugabe bootlicking club, saying the 90-year-old leader is a messenger of God.

Introducing Mugabe during the luncheon to celebrate his birthday on Friday, Nzuwah showered praises on the the leader.

“You are a messenger sent by God to liberate and lead us. We ask the Lord to give you more years because you haven’t finished the job that was assigned to you. You still have a long way to go and as such we ask the Lord to give you many more years,” said Nzuwah.

He also thanked Mugabe’s wife Grace for keeping the president well.

Nzuwah then gave the First Lady a Rolex watch and the president a shield and a spear.

Mugabe jokingly said Nzuwah should have given him the shied and spear before his daughter was married off.

Not to be left out in the bootlicking crusade was Constantine Chiwenga, the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, who described Mugabe as a larger than life character who is central to God’s plan in Africa.

“God has a plan for Zimbabwe and Africa. President Robert Gabriel Mugabe is the central pillar of that plan for the future. We ask the Lord to give him many more years,” Chiwenga said.

“This larger than life man overcame amongst other things an early childhood paternal abandonment. He had to take up menial jobs to fend for his siblings. He spent 10 years in prison from 1964 to 1974 during which he almost died. These and other difficulties prove that he is a great man,” he added.

Nzuwah and Chiwenga are not the only ones to shower Mugabe with praises.

Recently, Zanu PF junior spokesperson Psychology Maziwisa equated Mugabe to Jesus Christ.

Posting on Facebook, Maziwisa said Mugabe shared the same vision as Christ.

“President Mugabe is no Jesus Christ, but the constant persecution which he has suffered for standing for what is right brings him closer to Christ,” said Maziwisa.

“President Mugabe definitely has the same vision that Christ had, namely that you should not just stand by your beliefs when your critics persecute you, you should also continue to implement them.”

Webster Shamu, minister of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services once told a gathering that he wished he was Mugabe’s first son.

His bootlicking antics resonate with that of minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development Obert Mpofu, who signed off letters to Mugabe, as “your ever obedient son”.

While, the two would have wished to be Mugabe’s sons, Shamu went further to describe the Zanu PF leader as a feared man the world over because of his intelligence and likened him to a popular powdered milk in Zimbabwe.

“Gushungo, people say you have Cremora (powdered milk), the whole body. The world over, president is about you. They fear you and that is why they are doing all this,” Shamu said.

“There is no president the world over who has degrees like President Mugabe. He is brainy and that’s why he is feared. You fought the liberation struggle for a long time and you should also rule for as long as you want.”

Simon Khaya Moyo, the senior minister of State in the President’s Office once described Mugabe as a liberator of unparalleled proportions “who God should keep for a long time to rule Zimbabwe”.

“His Excellency you are a liberator of unparalleled audacity. You are a useful and amazing leader and we pray to God to make you stronger and continue to lead us from the front,” he said.

The late former Higher Education minister, Stan Mudenge also described Mugabe as one of “Africa’s all-time greatest men”, saying even enemies of the veteran leader envied his “encyclopaedic” memory, wisdom and courage.

 

Comments (10)

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taipei - 17 March 2014

Robert Mugabe is not a messenger from God you idiot messengers from God don't kill 10 000 men, women and children in the name of hunting down dissidents.

Roland Dube - 17 March 2014

Christ never threw lavish parties while his flock was being washed away by floods Maziwisa. He had a compassionate and a caring heart, not for earthly things, but the human soul. Stop abusing the holy trinity by insinuating that they are equal to a satanist organisation that enjoys while its people are perishing. The good thing though is, God, unlike us humans, has the power '' yekukugadzirira size ukaramba uchiita zvako zveupenzi '' As for Nzuwah, what else can he do, lest he gets fired from the lucrative post. Its cold outside zpf, for political appointees without an education. Tigozoonekwa tichikwikwidzirana ma customers pa ma flea market naana Nzuwah ku Mpedzanhamo.

top heavy - 17 March 2014

This article made me feel nausea. What a shame. Who is a messenger sent by God? Is this blasphemy or what? How many people really love Mugabe and ZANU-Pf to find the answer is simple. Hold free and fair elections, invite the EU, remove soldiers, the notorious CIO, the Police and the ZANU-Pf youths all the so called bases and see how Mugabe and his ZANU-Pf lose the election.I forgor to mention the Air Force and Chiefs

Shava - 17 March 2014

BOOT LIKING BCZ OF CORRUPTION MR MUGABE DON'T BUY TO THIS BATAI MUNHU

BOOTLIKING - 17 March 2014

God have mercy for this idiotic lot. They know not what they are saying. Idiotic bootlickers know no bounds in terms of their praise singing. The sad thing though is that if anything was to happen to the "dear leader" these would be the very first people to deny him. cry the beloved country!!

Alex Mugova - 17 March 2014

This too shall come to pass. Beauty of this post modern world is that computer storage space is now cheap...all the nauseating hyena laughs (praise singing) unknown to these neanderthal is captured and they will one day each give account.

Lt General - 17 March 2014

Pfutseke, tibvigwe kumhepo apa. Wakamboona mutumwa waMwari anouraya vana vaMwari 20 000? Wakamboona mutumwa waMwari anopomba mukadzi achirwarira kufa?Pfutseke!!

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CARTRIDGEGALLERY - 17 March 2014

Psychologists or is it psychiatrists will tell you that if you had a difficult childhood, chances are that the traits will linger on even into adulthood and of course worsen as you go into old age. Zvakanzi hubenzi hwechembere hwakatangira mumahumbwe.

Dopori - 17 March 2014

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