Zanu goes after Robert Mugabe properties

HARARE - Former president Robert Mugabe risks losing most of his farms and mining claims as his erstwhile colleagues in the ruling Zanu PF hit back at the 94-year-old teetotaller for supporting MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa at the just-ended polls.

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Dumba - 31 August 2018

Do we reall need that. I agree with the EU ambassador. Lets let the Old Man prepare peacefully for his departure.

Chidakwa - 31 August 2018

@Chidakwa, If he has multiple farms and mine claims why not - other Zimbabweans also need a share f the national cake. No Zimbabwean is more important than others.

willo - 31 August 2018

@ Willo you are the man. Mugabe didn't make history alone, many Zimbabweans contributed for him to be that famous others sacrificed with their lives for Mugabe to be known and yet he thought he is the only one who could rule mother Zimbabwe. And we all know the answer as nooooooo, anyone with correct credentials can be and yet Mugabe is bitter of why you kicked me out I am the only Mugabe who can rule Zimbabwe and now he sides with the opposition. So I think yes he must be taught a lesson doesn't matter in his old age. Nobody is above the law. That stupid name of Mugabe became big in Zanu PF and if now he turns his back we let him be born again in the mdc alliance and let his name be known there.

Pfeee Mazinyo.Com - 31 August 2018

What kind of thinking is this? Is MDC and its supporters also people just like ZANU PF and its supporters? Are they not all Zimbabweans?

ADF - 31 August 2018

I don't think ED will let that happen, Mugabe knows too much he will spill the beans if they persecute him. The congratulatory letter's sole purpose was to safeguard his ill-gotten wealth for his sons and daughter and it seemed to have worked judging from ED's happiness reading the letter. Until zanupf realises that everyone suffered during the bushwar especially unarmed rural populace not them (zanu) alone are entitled to this country Zimbabwe will continue on its doomed trajectory.

Sinyo - 31 August 2018

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