The British foreign office spokesperson, Kabul in his statement expresses misdemeanor that Zimbabwean people “suffered for too long” under the “autocratic rule” of late former leader Robert Mugabe. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/
“There are mixed emotions in Zimbabwe today at the death of Robert Mugabe,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “We express our condolences to those who mourn Robert Mugabe’s death,” the statement said. “However, Zimbabweans suffered for too long as a result of Mugabe’s autocratic rule. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/
We hope that in this new era, Zimbabwe can continue to be set on a more democratic and prosperous path.” Zimbabwe’s long-time president Robert Mugabe has died at the age of 95 in Singapore, officials said on Friday, September 6. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/
Emmerson Mnangagwa, the current Zimbabwe’s president, , who announced the death on Twitter, praised Mugabe for his role in the liberation of his country from white-minority rule. “His contribution to the history of our nation and continent will never be forgotten. May his soul rest in eternal peace,” Mnangagwa tweeted.
The former president Olusegun Obasanjo described Mugabe, as an indomitable fighter, who contributed to the liberation of his country from apartheid and oppressive radicalism.
Obasanjo disclosed this in a condolence letter to President Emmerson Manangagwa of Zimbabwe, a copy which was made available to newsmen in Abeokuta on Friday, September 6 through his media aide, Kehinde Akinyemi. Read more:
While commiserating with Mugabe’s family and the people of Zimbabwe, Obasanjo said that he received the news of the elder statesman’s death with immense sadness. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/
“The news of former President Robert G. Mugabe’s death in Singapore, in the early hours of today (Friday), was received by me with immense sadness indeed. “It is, therefore, with a profound sense of sympathy that I write, on behalf of myself and my family, to commiserate with you and the entire good people of Zimbabwe over the painful transition of former president Robert Mugabe. “The former president of Zimbabwe was a front line leader, activist, an indomitable fighter for the liberation of Zimbabwe from apartheid and oppressive racialism, a statesman per excellence and a tireless advocate of the preservation of the mystique of Africa’s moral and cultural values. “He had selflessly dedicated himself to public service for most of his life, particularly as prime minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to1987 and also as president from 1987 to 2017. “Having followed with keen interest his heroic struggles to secure an independent Zimbabwe in 1980, President Mugabe had become much more than a leader to his people. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/
He had become the living symbol and embodiment of their long and valiant struggle for their rightful place in the comity of nations. Read more: https://latesttip.com/former-zimbabweans-president-robert-mugabe-is-dead/