Mugabe's remarks exposes him as a dimentia case: An open letter
I am really bitter with you, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the President of Zimbabwe, for the unthinkable remarks you are reported to have made against the grieving Maisiri family at a time when they were still mourning the departed Christpower. Shame on you President Mugabe, I thought you were a gentleman. I thought you were really against the culture of political violence.
If I were you, Robert Mugabe, I would have gone myself to see the bereaved family, or at least waited until a few days after the Maisiri’s have buried their son, then call the father to explain the threats that he claims to have received from your party agents, or ask him of the past incidents of violence against him and his family, and juxtapose these with Dydmus Mutasa’s claims that Shepherd Maisiri is his friend and a member of Zanu PF. Are you too old now to remember that Dydmus Mutasa was one of the ministers who lied to you that Rotina Mavunga was producing diesel from a rock in Chinhoyi. Now you trust evidence given to you by seriel lier Mutasa?
Old as you are, the nation would expect that you will lead by example and respect the Shona saying that “afirwa haatariswe kumeso” (you don’t remind a grieving person of things that may further hurt them), you go on and insult a bereaved family that way, adding salt to injury. Mugabe chose do be in denial mode and insults people who are mourning a child whose life has been stopped by his thugs.
Robert Mugabe, you are disgusting, you stink, you are not fit to be the President of Zimbabwe any longer. You are cursed! Until today, I didn’t know you are so heartless. I now believe those that have said before that Zanu PF leaders want to walk over dead bodies to parliament, senate or state house. I now believe very strongly that when you preach violence, it is not coming from deep down your heart, and when you pretend to sympathize with the grieving, you are actually shedding crocodile tears.
Dear President Mugabe, is this a case of dimentia, a case of the deterioration of intellectual faculties, such as memory, concentration, and judgment, resulting from an organic disease or a disorder of the brain that comes with old age?