Grace will be killed if she tries to become president, Madhuku warns


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National Constitutional Assembly leader Lovemore Madhuku said First Lady Grace Mugabe would be assassinated by her sponsors if she changed the game-plan and tried to succeed her husband President Robert Mugabe. According to New Zimbabwe.com Madhuku told a panel discussion yesterday that Grace was being used by the Emmerson Mnangagwa faction to block Vice President Joice Mujuru. “Grace would be killed. It’s a very sad thing… Grace would be assassinated when her husband dies; she thinks she can continue in politics. It won’t take time.  It would be a matter of seconds, she will be killed. As soon as Mugabe dies, I would advise the military she needs maximum security in this country. That woman needs our maximum prayers, maximum security. When you hear that Mugabe is gone, your prayers must go to Grace.  She will not be in politics beyond that. They are using her for this period. Because they don’t want to look her in the eyes, she would be killed.” Madhuku said Grace was now the de facto president of the country and was also being prepared for a politburo and cabinet post by an increasingly senile Mugabe to sniff out party rivals plotting his ouster. But he warned: “We will go to war if Grace wakes up being President. She can be chairperson of the ZANU- PF women’s league, fine; she can be a member of the ZANU- PF politburo, fine; she can run around the country and shout at ZANU-PF ministers, fine; she will not be President of this country; that will never happen.  Grace, the President of Zimbabwe! When we are there? Not at all! We don’t want any Mugabe person again…for the next 210 years, there should be no one related, directly or indirectly to Robert Mugabe.”

 

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  1. Her and Mugabish clan should have been killed a long time ago. Staving the hard working PEOPLE OF
    Zimbabwe by stealing .FACT..NO WORK..NO FOOD..NO HOPE NO LIFE.NO PLUMBING. NO CLEAN WATER..PISSING IN THE TRASH CALL HARARE. GROW BALL..KILL.THEM TRASH