President Mugabe still fit to rule Zimbabwe – Minister


The British Government has kicked against the appointment of the Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as a “Goodwill Ambassador” for (Non-communicable diseases) in Africa, by the World Health Organization (WHO).

President Mugabe/ Photo credit: Theinsider
Zimbabwean Minister Ambros Mutinhiri has criticized the people who are complaining that the ruling President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe is too old to rule the country.
The Minister warned that the Zanu-PF party will not allow anybody to make fun of the President’s age. He added that the President is still capable enough to rule the country. Considering what he is doing for the country presently.
According to Mutinhiri; “Some people are saying the president is too old, but what he is doing for the country is enough evidence that he is still capable to lead.
 Anyway, we will not allow any person to tell us that our President is old.”

However, the Minister further admits that the party has made mistakes before.

He said: “There is no doubt that Zanu-PF has made mistakes before. But the mistakes are less, as compared to the good things that the party has done.”

According to report, Zanu-PF party will be organizing its conference by December. Where Mugabe is expected to be nominated again. As the Party’s Presidential candidate for the upcoming election in the country, next year.

The incumbent President Mugabe has been in office since Zimbabwe became independent on April 18, 1980.

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Meanwhile, report has is that the British Government has kicked against the appointment of the Zimbabwean President. As a “Goodwill Ambassador” for the World Health Organization (WHO), over the weekend.

The Head of WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he had listened to people who criticized the decision and decided to reverse the appointment on Sunday, October 22, 2019.


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