Uncel Bob is not just the “Lion of Africa”. He’s a superhuman destined to rule Zimbabwe eternally, and his wife Grace Mugabe will ensure Mugabe fulfills the everlasting leadership obligations fate ordained. She’s making plans for Robert to rule from his grave.
This wouldn’t be the first time Zimbabwe’s First lady insinuated Uncle Bob is “sent from heaven” with a
The First lady was commenting on the march to honor and support Mugabe where thousands of Zimbabweans and Zanu-PF supporters stormed Harare chanting “forward with Mugabe of Africa”,”salute the lion of Africa”, “long live Mugabe” and other similar praises.
Grace said Mugabe held on to his principles even when the West battled him with sanctions.
Mrs Mugabe said Zanu-PF will support Uncle Bob’s 2018 candidature and always choose him as their preferred leader even in his grave at the heroes acre.
She said; “President Mugabe is an unparalleled leader and because you have stuck to principle even in the face of sanctions, your people now believe you.
We want you to remain our leader. We want you to lead this country from your grave, while you lie at the National Heroes’ Acre.”
While some Zanu-PF member and cabinet ministers applauded Mugabe’s wife for her remarks, Zimbabweans lashed the First lady for being
Below are some of the tweets:
Grace Mugabe is back and back with her usual nonsense. Mugabe will not rule from the grave but probably from your petticoat
— Dr.Pedzisai Ruhanya (@PedzisaiRuhanya) May 26, 2016
The First Family should appreciate that Zimbabwe is not a Mugabe family and private company, these are dangerous delusions
— Dr.Pedzisai Ruhanya (@PedzisaiRuhanya) May 27, 2016
I just saw Mugabe to rule from grave: Grace – Is this not an insult to all Zimbabweans to be ruled by a dead man. Time will tell…
— Melusi Moyo (@MelusiMoyo14) May 26, 2016
Does Grace Mugabe even believe the words she utters? She now wants him to rule from grave? For what ends? What does she take us for? Mugs?
— ZimPF Official Acc (@ZimPeopleFirst) May 26, 2016
Meanwhile, Mugabe recently freed 2,000 prisoners who according to officials, were convicted for low-level crimes. Reports from state owned media outlets in the country inferred that the prisoners gained their freedom due to Mugabe’s benevolence.
However, rumors have it that Mugabe freed the prisoners so as to make space in the nation’s overcrowded jails. “He’s planning to accuse and lock up his opponents there,” a political activist who begged to remain anonymous told BuzzSouthAfrica.