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Mugabe Family Using ‘Dead Bob’ To Bring Back Exiled G40 Allies

Mugabe Family Using ‘Dead Bob’ To Bring Back Exiled G40 Allies

Former President Robert Mugabe’s family are reported to have made demanded that exiled Mugabe allies be granted safe passage to bury the late former leader without risking arrest, the NewsDay reports.

Grace Mugabe

The publication reports that former Cabinet ministers Jonathan Moyo, Savior Kasukuwere, Patrick Zhuwao amongst others who fled persecution during the military coup that toppled Robert Mugabe in November 2017, could be granted safe entry into the country to bury the late nationalist as part of the government’s charm offensive to get permission from the Mugabe family to bury him at the national shrine.

”But things can go either way, if Grace (former First Lady) and his children are to decide, they may end up compromising to have him be buried at the national shrine in exchange or their security,” said a family source.

The Mugabe family are also reported to have presented a list of top Zanu-Pf members who they said were not welcome at the funeral.

The list, the source claimed, included Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo, who announced the coup, Defence minister Oppah Muchinguri and her deputy Victor Matemadanda, among the list dominated by some top military personnel.

“The family members are bitter over some remarks made by some people which they claim forced Mugabe to die early because he was a bitter man,” the source said.

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