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Ambulance: Mugabe nae?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Nyambala, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. Nyambala

    Nyambala JF-Expert Member

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    Hizi motorcade za marais wa Africa inaonyesha muda si mrefu ambulance itakuwa ni Compulsory. Imesemwa semwa weeeee ya Mkuu wetu, naona sasa na kwingine ni habari kama hizo!

    Mugabe spotted at Medical Chambers

    http://www.dailynews.co.zw

    By Staff Writer
    Wednesday, 20 April 2011 13:37

    HARARE - The rumour mill around President Robert Mugabe's health swelled
    yesterday after the 87 year-old leader was spotted at Medical Chambers in
    Harare but his spokesperson George Charamba immeditely dismissed any health
    fears on his boss.

    The Daily News was inundated with calls from staff and patients at Medical
    Chambers along Baines Avenue when Mugabe arrived there with his
    extra-ordinarily long motorcade comprising of his Mercedez Benz Limousine,
    motor bikes, an ambulance, army vehicles, smaller Mercedes Benz vehicles and
    trucks.

    Business came to a standstill while Mugabe was going about his business at
    the clinic.

    The Daily News crew rushed to the medical centre but due to the heavy
    presence of armed soldiers and security personnel it was difficult to find
    out where exactly the octogenarian leader was and why he had to cut short
    the Cabinet meeting to rush to Medical Chambers.

    Inquiries by the Daily News revealed that Mugabe was at Medical Chambers for
    about an hour and reportedly arrived there between 12pm and 1pm.

    Charamba worsened the speculation when contacted by the Daily News and could
    neither deny nor confirm if Mugabe had gone for an emergency check up.

    He first claimed that Mugabe was chairing Cabinet at a time when he was
    supposed to be at Medical Chambers but immediately changed stance on
    realising that the Daily News had solid facts on the issue. The paper had
    already confirmed that Mugabe had temporarily left cabinet during the time
    he was spotted at Medical Chambers.

    He then turned and attacked the Daily News for “wishing Mugabe ill”.

    “Each time that you see Zim One (Mugabe’s official vehicle) parked outside a
    hospital you say the President is ill, can’t he have a sister who is sick,
    or a son? Which country do you live in? Don’t you know that his sister was
    taken ill after the death of Sabina?” Charamba said.

    This added a further twist to the puzzle as Medical Chambers does not admit
    patients. It is a centre for different kinds of tests and is full of
    specialists.
    Charamba added: “The health of the president is not an issue of national
    interest except for the Daily News. You have been focusing on it for the
    past three months.

    You said the president is on his death bed and I produced him and said there
    is the president.” However, the Daily News never said Mugabe was on his
    death bed.

    At the Medical Chambers soldiers from the presidential guard unit were
    stationed at the entrance of the centre and some at different corners.

    Inside the medical centre, armed security men spotted in their trade mark
    dark glasses and shiny suits maintained a heavy presence.
     
  2. Baba_Enock

    Baba_Enock JF-Expert Member

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    Viongozi wengi wa Africa ni Wagonjwa Mahututi na ndiyo maana hawawezi hata kufikiria mustakabari wa Mataifa wanayotawala zaidi ya kujilimbikizia mali wao na Familia zao ... Shame!
     
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    msafara wa Comrade Mugabe kwa miaka yote ALWAYS unajumuisha ambulance. I've been there once, na nilipoulizia kuhusu ishu hiyo nikaambiwa kwamba ambulance hiyo mara nyingi hutumika kuwabeba majeruhi wanaogongwa kutokana na kasi kubwa ya msafara wa Mugabe unapopita barabarani (wenzetu kule mkeka ni bomba zaidi, na msafara wa Mugabe huenda kwa spidi ya 200km/hr au zaidi)
     
  4. Nyambala

    Nyambala JF-Expert Member

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    Lived there for 12 yrs and never seen an ambulance in the motorcade, hii ya 200km/hr uifanyie uchunguzi, as a matter of fact hakuna barabara ya kutembea that much in today's zim. Kama ni mkeka mkuu hiyo ni historia. As of now hata bongo tumewazidi kwa kuwa na mikeka imara. They still have the roads but full of potholes, some u can not imagine!!!!!!
     
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    kichwat JF-Expert Member

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    siwezi kupinga kwamba hujawahi kuiona (labda sababu ya muundo wake, na maeneo uliyokuwepo) lakini always ambulance huwa ipo (at least since 2004), na mara nyingi hukaa mwishoni. I've seen that several times.
     
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