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Mugabe sasa anaweza kuona mbali!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Askari Kanzu, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    HE CAN NOW SEE VERY FAR, SAYS CHARAMBA AS MUGABE RETURNS

    March 6, 2011
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    President Robert Mugabe returned home on Sunday from Singapore where he had gone for a medical check-up. Presidential spokesperson George Charamba confirmed: “The President is back in the country. He arrived this morning (Sunday) at around 8:15 and his eyes are seeing very far

    Last Thursday, President Mugabe flew out to the Asian country for routine medical check-ups following an eye operation early this year. On his return from Singapore in January, President Mugabe scoffed at unconfirmed reports surrounding his deteriorating health.

    The reports claimed he had been rushed to Malaysia for a prostate operation.
    He told journalists the reports about his supposed ill-health were now common in the Western media each time he went on leave.

    “Those are the lies they put across from year to year."

    “Now it’s something you expect each time I go on leave and they also go on their campaigns,” President Mugabe was quoted as saying.

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    Uwezo Tunao JF-Expert Member

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    Hata hivyo political lenses za huyu Mzee Bob bado hazijabadilika kwani ni zile za kuona umbali wa pua tu sawasawa na zile political lenses walizonazo CCM nchini mwetu.
     
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    Kwa kweli political lenses zake zimekuwa senile kwa umri mkubwa - kwani hakuna daktari duniani wa kuzibadilisha hizo.
     
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    Kinyambiss JF-Expert Member

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    Tempus Edax Rerum. Time devours all things... And this man does not have a lot of time... tic toc.
     
  5. Askari Kanzu

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    Itakuwa vizuri kama vile vile atayaona mabadiliko yanayokuja katika himaya yake!
     
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    Mugabe sending people SMS messages

    by Byo24News
    2011 March 07 12:11:12
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    Zanu PF has been dispatching its anti-sanctions campaign messages via the information superhighway through mobile phones, as the former ruling party steps up its campaign ahead of general elections expected later this year.

    One of the messages sent to Net-One subscribers read: “The time has come for every Zimbabwean to sign the petition or dial 0044 7893227001 for the removal of illegal sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United States of America.”

    However, observers view the latest move as an infringement on people’s privacy as the party did not seek NetOne subscribers’ consent before dispatching its campaign messages.

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    Zimbabwe frees 38 held in anti-Mugabe protest plot

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    Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe gestures as he leaves a rally in the capital Harare March 2, 2011.
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    By Cris Chinaka HARARE | Mon Mar 7, 2011 9:13am EST

    By Cris Chinaka HARARE (Reuters) - A Zimbabwe court on Monday freed 38 political activists detained for weeks on charges of plotting protests against veteran President Robert Mugabe similar to those that toppled long-serving leaders in Egypt and Tunisia.

    Police arrested 46 people in the capital Harare on February 19 as they watched videos of protests in the North Africa states and discussed possible demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where Mugabe, 87, has held power for 31 years.

    Defense lawyer Alec Muchadehama said state prosecutors had agreed to free a majority of the accused activists, who faced treason charges and possible execution if convicted.

    "Out of the 46 who were in custody, 38 have been released completely after the state agreed with us that they had no case to answer," he told reporters.

    Muchadehama said the remaining eight -- including Munyaradzi Gwisai who heads a small but radical pressure group called the International Socialist Organization -- would be back in court for a remand hearing session on March 21.

    They had all pleaded not guilty.

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    Zimbabwe’s Tsvangirai, Mugabe Agree on Need for Vote Plan

    March 08, 2011, 8:23 AM EST

    By Nelson Gore Banya and Brian Latham

    (Updates with Mugabe allowing rallies in third paragraph.)

    March 8 (Bloomberg) -- Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said he, President Robert Mugabe and regional governments agree that there should be a “clear roadmap” for free and fair elections in the country.

    “There is no need for fear of being ambushed” by an election that isn’t in line with a Southern African Development Community-brokered political agreement, Tsvangirai said at an investment conference today in Harare, the capital.

    Mugabe had threatened to take his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party into elections this year even if Zimbabweans haven’t approved a new constitution. The 87-year-old leader subsequently softened his stance, while the Harare-based Newsday newspaper reported today that he had ordered police to allow Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change to hold rallies and meetings.

    The two parties were forced into a coalition government in February 2009 after violence-marred elections. Under that agreement new elections can’t be held until all Zimbabweans have voted on a new constitution

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    Percival JF-Expert Member

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    This tyrant limit is his age. His reign of terror is coming to and end due to his age and health. Good luck Zimbwabeans and start to plan the post tyrant era.
     
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