The funniest president I ever came across is the late Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe who said a lot of funny things that are so hilarious. A result of his funny speeches and stories that he told the people of Africa has made him famous in most of the Africa countries.
President Gabriel Robert Mugabe, the former president of Zimbabwe, was a revolutionary and politician who served as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as President from 1987 to 2017. Having dominated Zimbabwe's politics for nearly four decades, Mugabe was a controversial figure.
Robert Mugabe Robert Gabriel Mugabe is an African revolutionary and politician. He was born on February 21, 1924 in kituma, in the south of Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. He is from the Shona tribe of Zimbabwe. Raised in a Catholic mission where his father worked as a carpenter and his mother a Catholic, he was an intellectually brilliant and calm child.
Recent studies on Africa and its coups shows that between 1960 and 2000, Africa has seen an average of around 4 coup d'états per year and between 2000 and 2010 there have been more than 47 coups attempts in Africa. In less than a year, Mali has seen two coup d'état.
There are several quotes attributed to Robert Mugabe that will make you laugh your heart out Robert Mugabe one of the longest-serving African president's has been linked to several funny quotes alleged to have emanated from his wisdom as a result of education. At 93 years, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has grown into one wise leader.
Sad Picture Of Robert Mugabe Before His Death Pops Up Robert Gabriel Mugabe was born on 21 February 1924 but unfortunately passed on on the 6 September 2019. He was a Zimbabwean revolutionary and politician who served as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as President from 1987 to 2017. He served as Leader of the Zimbabwe African National Union from 1975 to 1980. Ideologically an African nationalist, during the 1970s and 1980s he identified as a Marxist – Leninist, and as a socialist after
Robert Mugabe was an enigma, a never-fading and ever-present character who transcended his country. His persona was not stuck with his native land. He was loved and loathed in equal measure. The man who started off as a teacher with almost the entire country behind him led his people in their quest to metamorphose Rhodesia to Zimbabwe, so to speak. He had lived in independent Ghana in the early years of its independence, so he experienced how freedom and independence ‘tasted’ like. It was therefore only
Robert Mugabe was a former revolutionary and Zimbabwean politician best known for his struggles against the British, when Zimbabwe was known as Rhodesia. He was greatly inspired by Marxist and nationalist views from a young age, and became the publicity secretary of the National Democratic Party or the ‘NDP’.
Many people, especially those of the current generation, not adept with so much history do not know that the late President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe was once married to a Ghanaian. Yes, Robert Mugabe arrived in Ghana in 1957 shortly after Ghana’s independence. He had been impressed by the progress of the young nation under Kwame Nkrumah. As a young person growing up in what was then known as Rhodesia, he decided to move to seek greener pastures in the new flourishing country. Unofficially though, there is
Not a lot of Ghanaians know about the first Ghanaian wife of former Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe. Sally Francesca Hayfron was an educated Ghanaian, political activists and the first Wife of Robert Mugabe. She was born in Goldcoast in 1931 and had her elementary education in Achimota school. She proceeded to the University and became a trained teacher where she was posted to Takoradi Teacher training college. In 1958, Robert Mugabe relocated to Ghana to work as a teacher, and that was where she met Sally
Thank you for clicking on my article. Check out some motivational quotes that you will love for the night. 1. “The buttocks may grow bigger, but it can never choke the anus”. A proverb straight from the motherland. This means that regardless of the difficulties you are experiencing, remember to stay positive and keep smiling, for you are still breathing.- Robert Mugabe
I really do not know why Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is part of the notorious leaders in Africa.To me he was a great man of honour.The country’s longtime ruler Robert Mugabe have lose his lengthy grip on power.
In an ongoing web-based media post, the late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's most youthful child took to web-based media to flaunt a tattoo portraying the essence of his late dad. Chatunga Mugabe, who turned out to be the top pick of the late legend has indicated that he has not grappled with the death of his dad yet. The 23-year-old snappy kid, otherwise called Bellarmine, is presently situated in South Africa where he is accepted to have various organizations. The Late Robert Mugabe's Son Shows Off
Please, don’t forget to like this page for more updates. The daughters of our African Leaders, are not only blessed with wealth and luxury, but also born with the look of natural beauty. A journey through the homes of Presidency, revealed 11 most beautiful daughters of our African leaders, both present and past. Nyepudzayi Bona Mugabe. Bona Mugabe is the only daughter of the former Zimbabwean President, the late Robert Mugabe. She was on born 18 April 1988. Bona Mugabe attended Dominican Convent Primary
Nkrumah Mugabe 1 Achimota School raised four Ghanaian president, Robert Mugabe and others Achimota School in Ghana, in the past known as Achimota College, was the school where Zimbabwe's most notable resident, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, went to as an understudy instructor to accomplish his confirmation to have the option to work in
Ever since the land reforms of 2000, Zimbabwe has been the subject of global news and controversy.
Africa is youthful on the most fundamental level, however the individuals leading her are too old to even consider relating with her youthfulness. She has a lot of ideas, however they remain thoughts in light of the fact that the main individuals she can tell it to who can take care of them are excessively old and stuck in their manners. These individuals have been around too long to even think about trying new things and like the colloquialism goes, you can't impart new habits when old ones are so deeply ingrained.
His Excellency Retired Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings was born on the 22nd of June 1947.He was born to Victoria Agbotui and James Ramsey who were from Dzelukope and Scotland Respectively. He attended Achimota School and the military school in Teshie. He married his wife Mrs Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings in 1977 and were blessed with 4 children (3 girls and a boy). Papa J as he was fondly referred to was a Ghanaian military officer and politician who led the country from 1981-2001and also for a short period
1."In Africa,the only warning they take seriously is low battery" 2."Sometimes you look back at girls you spent money on rather than send it to your mum and you realize witchcraft is real" 3."If you are a married man and you find yourself attracted to school girls,just buy your wife a school uniform" 4."It may be necessary to use methods rather than constitutional ones" 5."How do you convince the upcoming generation that education is the key to success when we are surrounded by poor graduates and rich criminals"
Robert Mugabe was an inspirational leader who inspired many across the African continent and beyond. He is also remembered for his intelligence and wise quotes. I want to take this opportunity to let you know some of his funny quotes. Please don't forget to follow and share this content other social media platforms. 1. "I wonder why women call it menstruation instead of womenstruation. They like shifting all their problems to men". 2. "I turned up at my girlfriend's shop and kissed her neck and he said 'James