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Why is the west trying to be paint a bad picture about him.. Yes he has had his flaws but Bob was a good leader who wanted the best for his people, he gave his people power over land. I mean what benefits does it have if the 20 Years Of Naruto 1999-2019 700 Chapters thank you for the memories shirt looks good but the citizens don’t benefit and land is not in their hands, it’s the same thing which South Africans are trying to get back but only problem is that they are fighting the wrong people. SA looks to be doing better but their citizens are not the owners of the land. RIP Robert Mugabe. Never a complicated Legacy.
It is the fake media that fabricated lies with intent to tarnish his reputation and also disable foreign direct investment in Zimbabwe. He had insurmountable love for his people. Unlike other leaders, he chose his people over the manipulation of foreign politics. If you have lived in this old man’s tyranny then you will know how evil and brutal he was. To mourn him is to soil the memory of the thousands who died unnecessarily and the millions who were displaced by him. Maybe in time history will judge him fairly but as for me the only thing memorable on this day it’s my birthday.
Opportunities present themselves for leaders to make their mark. Some leaders grab and uses such opportunities for their people from the start to finish. Some others starts very well with such opportunities, and end up abusing the same opportunities creating problems for their people. Zimbabwe is yet to recover from the 20 Years Of Naruto 1999-2019 700 Chapters thank you for the memories shirt created in the latter years of Mugabe. Papa Africa, a true Pan- African. You fought your battles for Africa until the very end. It’s been noticed. We all know that you have been coloured- bad over the years, but you had true intentions for Africa.