Bellarmine Chatunga Mugabe, the youngest son of Zimbabwe’s late founding leader, Robert Mugabe has that he owes his life to his late father.
Chatunga said that although his father was old, to him it was too soon because he is still young and has not yet achieved anything to make him proud. He added that the former ZANU PF leader however prepared him for life after his departure.
In other news – ED says they will respect Mugabe family wishes on burial place
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said no decision will be made on the funeral arrangements of former President Robert Mugabe against the wishes of his family and assured former First Lady Grace Mugabe that she has the full support of Government.
President Mnangagwa said this at Mugabe’s residence in Borrowdale Brooke where he led Zanu-PF Politburo members in conveying their condolences on the passing on of the country’s founding father. Amai (former First Lady Grace Mugabe), you have the full support of the Government under me, those who talk will do so, but as Government, there is nothing that we will do against your wishes,” he said.He said Government will not renege on the recognition of the former leader as the founding President, Commander-in-chief and torch-bearer of the country. Read more