Grace Mugabe seeks medical attention

HARARE - First Lady Grace Mugabe has returned to seek medical attention in South Africa after injuries to her leg persisted, President Robert Mugabe said.

Speaking at a Gwanda youth rally yesterday, the 93-year-old leader said Grace had been complaining that the leg was painful. Grace was injured at the Harare International Airport recently, after Mugabe’s chauffeur set the car in motion before she was properly settled in.

“The first lady unfortunately could not be with us today here because she is in South Africa at the doctors. She was complaining that the leg she injured at the airport during the accident was giving her problems. It seems that the problem is taking time to heal, however, we are expecting her today if all goes well there,” he said.

Comments (3)

I wonder why she did not seek medical attention in Zimbabwe. Oh I forgot, her and her husband have pillaged the country.

david taylor - 13 August 2017

This idiot called Mugabe looks to be bragging that his wife is the neighbouring country for medical attention using public funds yet the people he is addressing to not even have a pain killer in their country. Come election day we will be out to vote in protest to this nonsense. Whether you rig or what, we will continue to express our disapproval of your leadership, selfishness, heartlessness, corrupt ineptitude and bigotry.

Ziziharinanyanga - 13 August 2017

I don't think she is seeking medical treatment its just a cover up. She is trying to sort out the boys, they are definitely now going bananas

Zvinodanyasha - 14 August 2017

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