Zanu PF Supporters March To Show Allegiance For Grace Mugabe Despite Recent Humiliations

Initially Lady Grace Mugabe neglected to turn up and address many transported Zanu PF supporters who walked in solidarity with her following late reports that she struck her child’s sweetheart in South Africa.

Since the South African adventure, Grace has just showed up once in broad daylight when she went with her significant other to formally open the current year’s Agricultural Show a week ago.

The Wednesday solidarity gathering was in help of her after what the coordinators said were “tough circumstances” she experienced as of late.

The walk was booked to begin from six distinct bearings driving into focal Harare lastly to the Zanu PF head workplaces. However this did not occur as the supporters were dropped by employed transports at the gathering workplaces.

In her Thank You speech, the organiser of the event, Mandi Chimene, who was the guest of honour, said there was no way Zanu PF supporters and leaders can respect President Robert Mugabe and ignore his wife Grace.

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“We have come as your children to support you (Grace Mugabe), the love that you are giving to President Mugabe is the same love we want to show you,” she said.

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The minister claimed that Grace was also “a war veteran by association” as she was “looking after our father”.

Recently, the First Lady faced humiliation in the neighbouring South Africa and had to be granted diplomatic immunity by the South African government to avoid prosecution after she allegedly assaulted a 20 year old model Gabriella Engels.

Grace whipped Gabriella with an electric cable extension when she found her in a luxury hotel room in Johannesburg having a cocktail with her two wayward sons Robert junior and Chatunga.

Opposition political leaders and neutrals have since described the “solidarity march” as “sad”, saying it was in support of her brutality on the girl child and women.


Written by How Africa

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