Happy birthday to Robert Mugabe Jnr: Pics. The controversial son of former late President Robert Mugabe is turning a year older today. Born in the same month his Father was born Robert Mugabe Jnr also shares the same name with his father. The controversial fellar is one of the richest kids in the country. Today we help him celebrate his birthday as we take a look into his biography.
Robert Mugabe Junior is the son to the former president of the Republic of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe and former first lady Grace Mugabe who was the Secretary of the Women’s league in the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party.
He is in love with his model girlfriend Hillary Makaya and nowadays they are all over each other. So what is a better way of celebrating your birthday than with your better half? A person you can’t imagine your life without. Robert Mugabe Jnr and girlfriend Hillary Makaya are celebrating together the birthday of the Mugabe boy.
Nowadays they are no longer hiding their relationship and we are happy they are serving us some relationship goals. They are making sure the world knows who the real Remses and Cleopatra of the 21st-century kingdom of bae-pies are.
The two love birds have a great connection as shown from the social media stories shared on their platforms especially from the girl Hillary. Most people have come to like the pair and applauded Robert for choosing a girl with morals who is proud of her African roots.
Happy birthday King.
Source – MbareTimes
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