Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s first post-independence president, has died at the age of 95. He died after battling ill health, his family confirmed. On Friday morning, former Zanu-PF spin doctor and minister Professor Jonathan Moyo mourned the death of Mugabe.
“A dark cloud has enveloped Zimbabwe and beyond. The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord,” said Prof Moyo.
Zimbabwe People First spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire who enjoyed closed links with the Mugabes also mourned the former Zimbabwean leader.
” A dark day!!! Aaaah, my God!” he posted on Twitter.
Mugabe was removed from power through a military coup in November 2017 and replaced with Emmerson Mnangagwa as Zimbabwe’s President.
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