Mnangagwa And Grace’s Comments Raise Alarming Bells About Mugabe’s Health & Welfare

In a discussion with a London based magazine, it is reported that Zimbabwe’s Vice President,  Emmerson Mnangagwa clearly mentioned that Zimbabwe’s  President Robert Mugabe will be highly missed.

This arose hot on the heels of motormouth Grace Mugabe’s suggestion that Zimbabweans are not aware of how much sacrifice Mugabe has made for the people and that Zimbabweans will miss the man when he is gone, not sure whether in office or life but certainly a hint that the end of the line is nigh for the man.

At the recent , weekend Heroes Acre burial of the late Bulawayo High Court Judge, Justice Andrew Mutema , the 91 year old despot, president Robert  Mugabe struggled to walk up ashort flight of podium stairs and needed the First Lady Grace Mugabe’s  help to walk, pausing every few steps to regain breath.
The same scenario unfolded at the recent  Harare Agricultural Show, when we all clearly saw the president Robert Mugabe being assisted to move by the obviously helpful  Mozambican President, Filipe Nyasu.
Mugabe no longer delivers his long off the cut speeches to any gathering, preferring to follow a written script, as he is now frequently prone to lose memory or focus mid speech and waffle or mumble incoherrrently if left to his own.
To the discerning eye, the future is not looking too bright and the inevitable is bound to happen, in one of two forms either departure from office in retirement or possibly life due to advanced age and poor health,..who knows?    By Sibusiso Ngwenya See more at

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