Youth’s startling claim Mugabe is God’s angel

Mugabe BEGGINGFrom MARCUS MUSHONGA in Harare, Zimbabwe
HARARE, (CAJ News) -AILING Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe, has again been conferred deity status by his backers after a youth leader of his party claimed he would continue ruling even after his death.
Zanu-PF national youth president, Kudzanayi Chipanga, made the startling claim in Marondera, the capital for Mashonaland East Province 75 kilometres out of Harare, adding Mugabe will ascend to heaven where he would rule side-by-side with God.
“Even in the event of your (Mugabe) death, to us the post of president shall remain yours alone,” he said a Zanu-PF youth national rally.
“We will all still be coming to the heroes’ acre (national shrine for fallen veterans of the liberation struggle) to have our politburo with cabinet ministers also conducting their meeting with you at the same spot,” Chipanga said.
Chipanga shocked attendees in Marondera and viewers on television by claiming Mugabe was God’s angel.
Coincidentally, Mugabe’s middle name is shared with biblical Angel Gabriel.
“To be honest Gushongo (Mugabe’s totem), up above, there is God, but here on earth there is an angel called Robert Gabriel Mugabe. You are the one who represents the Creator (God) here in Zimbabwe,” Chipanga added.
When Mugabe dies, Chipanga further claimed, he would aid God screen people to be sent to heaven or hell.
He declared on national television, Mugabe, in power since 1980, was now a life president.
Chipanga said opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, would be condemned to hell for seeking to unseat Mugabe, who will stand for re-election next year.
Mugabe enjoys some bootlicking in Zimbabwe where loyalists have previously hailed him as a God-send.
He repeatedly defies rumours about his death by claiming to have resurrected more times than Jesus.
CAJ News


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