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Wosia wa Mugabe kwa waingereza

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Rungu, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. Rungu

    Rungu JF-Expert Member

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    "Tuacheni kama tulivyo, zimeni moto wenu kwanza", Mugabe awausia waingereza

    Mugabe tells riot-hit UK: Leave us alone
    2011-08-09 17:50 Harare

    - President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday urged Britain to pay attention to the wave of riots raging in its cities and leave Zimbabwe alone.

    "Britain I understand is on fire, London especially and we hope they can extinguish their fire, pay attention to their internal problems and to that fire which is now blazing all over, and leave us alone," Mugabe said, referring to Zimbabwe's former colonial master.

    "We do not have any fire here and we do not want them to continue to create unnecessary problems in our country. We want peace, and the people of Zimbabwe want peace."

    In an address marking the country's defence forces day, Mugabe once again urged Western countries to remove sanctions imposed on himself and his close associates as they were affecting Zimbabwe's economic recovery.

    "Once again we appeal to those who have imposed sanctions to head our appeal that the sanctions to go," he said.

    "Let them those in Europe attend to their problems, those in America attend to their internal problems."

    Britain in the past three days has seen the country's worst riots in decades with more than 450 people arrested.

    Western countries have imposed sanctions since 2000 on Mugabe and his close associates who are accused of human rights abuses and undermining democracy and the rule of law.

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    Zawadi Ngoda JF-Expert Member

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    Toka mashariki ya kati na Afrika kaskazinikulipuke Waingereza, wamarekani na Ulaya kwa ujumla walishasahau matatizo ya Zimbabwe. Hivyo Mugabe aendelee kuwashinyikiza ili watoe na hivyo vikwazo.
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    Testimony Senior Member

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    Mugabe atawapa wazimbwabwe nafasi ya kuandamana na kutoa maoni ya kumpinga? sioni fahari yoyote toka kwake na kama anataka waingereza wasiingilie mamo yake basi nae awaache waingereza na mambo yao...hakuna haja ya kutafuta umaarufu wa kisiasa kwa vurugu za london
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    pmwasyoke JF-Expert Member

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    King'ang'anizi Mugabe hawezi kujisafisha kwa matatizo ya Uingereza au penginepo.
  5. Mr.Toyo

    Mr.Toyo JF-Expert Member

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    duh... ama kweli huyu anazeeka.
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    Nanu JF-Expert Member

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    anyway none of the nations is spared!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. Azimio Jipya

    Azimio Jipya JF-Expert Member

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    ... Ofcorse Mugabe is right to some degree ..But he should not forget that ..

    There is great Power shift globaly .. No longer any leader can have confidence to his leadership power ..unless granted by his own people!!

    Mugabe and zimbabwe is nt the xpetional on this !!
  8. AshaDii

    AshaDii Platinum Member

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    Napenda saana Mugabe's Philosophy on African Issues and International

    matters especially West connected.... But I hate his hypocracy...