The body is gone, but the legacy shall live forever.
Zimbabwe, Africa, and the World shall live to remember him forever, He is indeed a Great HERO, the great liberator of Zimbabwe from white minority rule. Apart from his political career, he shared the wisdom “Robert Mugabe Quotes” that can not be bought in the market. I tell you Mugabe made you laugh or learned in one way or the other through his wise words.
Robert Mugabe Quotes is the major legacy of his excellency the former president of Zimbabwe who has always stood up for Africa since the time of colonization till his end of presidency in 2017 when he was ousted by his own old friends after being suspected of trying to hand over power to his wife as he battles with aging.
Born on the 24th of February 1924 Robert Mugabe lived to clearly witness the second world war and the beginning of African nationalism. He studied and became a teacher before being sent to prison for about 10years after engaging in the political freedom of his country. Robert Mugabe was later released from prison, but that did not deter him from following his goal for Zimbabwe’s liberation. He fought the then white minority rule in Zimbabwe and gave the country independence by 1980. Since then he has been the president of Zimbabwe until 2017 when he was removed.
Critics have held on the fact that Robert Mugabe was a dictator in his time of rule and probably that is what contributed to the poor economic situation of Zimbabwe. But after his forceful resignation from power by the military, some citizens hold that Mugabe was better than the new president Emmerson Mnangagwa.
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Robert Mugabe’s Legacy
In the course of Robert Mugabe’s life, his quotes popularly known as Robert Mugabe Quotes is what is unforgettable and shall live for many years after he must have departed the earth. In fact, Robert Mugabe Quotes is his biggest legacy. He said so many wise words in his time of presidency that has put lots of fun, knowledge, wisdom, inspiration, and motivation into different aspects of life including; love, relationship, lifestyle, politics, education, religion, and many others. The amount of knowledge he has impacted in especially Africans through Robert Mugabe Quotes is just enormous.
It should be noted that Robert Mugabe Quotes has expanded from what Mugabe said to all that can be attributed as wisdom or entertainment. Nowadays young Africans run websites and facebook pages from on which they display different types of wisdom quotes attributed as Robert Mugabe Quote; which might not necessarily have been said by President Mugabe himself.
Impact of Robert Mugabe Quotes to the society
These Robert Mugabe Quotes has impacted the society in many different ways ranging from;
- Bringing relief to troubled minds by giving them words of motivation.
- Fostering growth in businesses by presenting business ideas in the form of quotes.
- Getting people entertained with Robert Mugabe Funny Quotes after having a tiring day at work.
- Act as a source of employment for bloggers who help companies advertise their products on their websites and get paid.
- It helps to repair the broken or deteriorating relationships between lovers, family, and friends.
- Encourages students to learn better
- And most importantly encourages Africans to become more independent.
Known for his vocal nature against the whites, Mugabe faced many sanctions from the white superior rule in the world and impacted Zimbabwe’s economics negatively. Mugabe is known as the most educated president in Africa if not the world having over 7 degrees.
Today many people have the opportunity to visit large facebook pages and groups all about Mugabe, such pages includes; Mugabe’s Wisdom, Robert Mugabe Wisdom, Mugabe Wisdom’s Group, Robert Mugabe Wisdom’s Group and many others.
The last time Mugabe was popularly heard on media was on the 2nd of April 2019 when he was taken to Singapore for medical treatment. Since then the great African hero has stayed off media, even leaving some of his fans and lovers woried.
During his period of illhealth the social media was floated with a GetWellSoon hash tag, hoping he gets welll fast and share more wisdom to the world.
President Mugabe shall be remembered by all Africans long after his death for his stands on PanAfricanism, he has always stood in line with the idea of former president of Lybia Muamar Gaddafi who was killed by NATO and France to prevent him from creating a gold-backed currency for united Africa. Other people inline with PanAfricanism ideas include Julius Malema of South Africa Who has always called for Africa Unity Under one leadership and currency.
God Bless Robert Mugabe
God Bless His Legacy
Robert Mugabe Wisdom On Relationships And Lifestyle
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On Relationships And Lifestyle helps you get inspired on relationships and ways of living. The most essential thing is that you don’t just get inspired but you get entertained at the same time.
Robert Mugabe Quotes and wisdom On Relationships And Lifestyle
Robert Mugabe Quotes
- Dear ladies, if your boyfriend didn’t wish you a happy Mother’s Day or sing Sweet Mother for you, you should stop breastfeeding him.
- If you are ugly, you are ugly. Stop talking about inner beauty because men don’t walk around with X-rays to see inner beauty.
- If you have attended over 100 weddings in your life and are still single, you are not different from a canopy.
- Any man who successfully convinces a monkey that honey is sweeter than a banana, is capable of selling condoms to a Roman father.
- Whenever things seem to start going well in your life, the Devil comes along and gives you a ‘girlfriend’.
- Dear sisters, don’t be deceived by a man who texts you “I miss you” only when it’s raining because you are not an umbrella.
- If over 15 guys have sucked your breasts, you don’t need to call those things “your breasts”. It’s called COWBELL, OUR MILK! Repeat after me, OUR MILK!
- It’s hard to bewitch African girls these days. Every time you take a piece from her hair to the witch doctor, either a Brazilian innocent woman gets mad or a factory in China catches fire.
- All I hear always is, ‘No sex before marriage?’ If that was God’s plan, then you would receive your penis or vagina on your wedding day.
- Men sucking lady’s breast is normal because the act was learned in childhood when they were young but the act of lady’s sucking men’s d*ck is what baffles me. Where did they learn it from?
- Dating a slim/slender guy is cool. The problem is when you are lying on his chest then his ribs draw Adidas lines on your face.
- Respect pregnant women because it’s not easy walking around with evidence that you’ve had sex.
- Some of the girls of today can’t even jog for five minutes but they expect a guy to last in bed with you for two hours? Your level of selfishness demands a one-week crusade.
- I stopped trusting ladies when my class three girlfriend left me for another boy all because he bought a sharpener with a mirror.
- Nothing makes a woman more confused than being in a relationship with a “broke” man who’s extremely good in bed.
- Witchcraft is when a 24-year-old girl who cannot jog for five minutes expects a 40-year-old man to last for one hour in bed.
- Being dumped by a dark-skinned girl is the worst thing ever because anytime you get home and see charcoal, you become emotional.
- Women with beauty and no brains, it is your private parts that will suffer the most.
- Sometimes you look back at girls you spent money on rather than send it to your mum and you realize witchcraft is real.
- If you are a married man and you find yourself attracted to schoolgirls, just buy your wife a school uniform.
- It is every man’s dream to remove a woman’s pant one day but NOT when it’s on a drying line.
- Virginity is the best wedding gift any man would receive from his newly wedded wife but lately, there’s nothing as such any longer because it’ll have already been given out as a Birthday gift, token of Appreciation, Job assurance, Church collection, Examination marking schemes and for Lorry fares!”
- Treat every part of your towel nicely because the part that wipes your buttocks today will wipe your face tomorrow.
- We are living in a generation where people “in love” are free to touch each others’ private parts but cannot touch each others’ phones because they’re “private”.
- My dear ladies, please don’t buy a selfie stick when your armpit itself needs a shaving stick.
- It’s better for a man to be stingy with his money because he hustled for it than a woman to deny you a hole she didn’t drill.
- Sometimes you look back at girls you spent money on rather than send it to your mum & you realize witchcraft is real
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On Gay marriage:
- If President Barack Obama wants me to allow marriage for same-sex couples in my country (Zimbabwe), he must come here so that I marry him first.
- Even Satan wasn’t gay; he approached naked Eve instead of naked Adam. Say no to same-sex marriage.
- Archbishop Tutu said it is nice to be gay, yet he has a wife, he should have begun by getting himself a man for a woman… When you are a bishop and cannot interpret the Bible, you should resign and give it to those who can. We will not compromise our tradition and tolerate homosexuality. We need continuity in our race, and that comes from the woman, and no to homosexuality. John and John, no; Maria and Maria, no…I keep pigs and the male pig knows the female one.”
- If you take men and lock them in a house for five years and tell them to come up with two children and they fail to do that, then we will chop off their heads.
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom About Himself:
- I am still the Hitler of the time. This Hitler has only one objective: justice for his people, sovereignty for his people, recognition of the independence of his people and their rights over their resources. If that is Hitler, then let me be Hitler tenfold. Ten times, that is what we stand for.” – March 2003
- I have died many times. I have actually beaten Jesus Christ because he only died once.
- A brave man is he who has a running stomach and still wants to flatulate.
- I can’t believe my parents gave birth to me without my permission.
I feel betrayed
- Don’t compare your life with others, there’s no comparison between the sun and the moon,, they all shine when it’s their time.
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On Alcohol Indulgence
- A cigarette is a pinch of tobacco rolled in a piece of paper with fire on one end and a fool on the other end.
- Don’t drink at all, don’t smoke, you must exercise and eat vegetables and fruit
Robert Mugabe Quote and Wisdom On Gender Equality
- It’s not possible that women can be at par with men
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On colonialism and Prolonged leadership
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On colonialism and Prolonged leadership seeks to present the inspirational view of what occurred during the colonial rule, but yet put it in an entertaining manner so as to derive wisdom and not the anger of the past.
Robert Mugabe Quotes and Wisdom On colonialism and Prolonged leadership
- “Was it not enough punishment and suffering in history that we were uprooted and made helpless slaves not only in new colonial outposts but also domestically”
- When one’s goat gets missing, the aroma of a neighbour’s soup gets suspicious.
- South Africans will kick down a statue of a dead white man but won’t even attempt to slap a live one. Yet they can stone to death a black man simply because he’s a foreigner.
- Mr Bush, Mr Blair and now Mr Brown’s sense of human rights precludes our people’s right to their God-given resources, which in their view must be controlled by their kith and kin. I am termed dictator because I have rejected this supremacist view and frustrated the neocolonialists.
- Journalist: Sir, don’t you think 89 years would be a great time to retire as a President?
Mugabe: Have you ever asked the Queen this question or is it just for African leaders?
- Interviewer: Mr President, when are you bidding the people of Zimbabwe farewell?
Robert: Where are they going?
- What is the problem? We now have airplanes which can take them back quicker than the ships used by their ancestors.
- He who swallows a complete coconut has absolute trust in his anus.
- The only warning Africans take serious is LOW BATTERY.
- The only white man you can trust is a dead white man.
- We don’t mind having sanctions banning us from Europe. We are not Europeans.
- When your clothes are made of cassava leaves, you don’t take a goat as a friend. (Mugabe quotes)
- nly God who appointed me will remove me.
- The white man is not indigenous to Africa. Africa is for Africans. Zimbabwe is for Zimbabweans
- We have fought for our land, we have fought for our sovereignty, small as we are we have won our independence and we are prepared to shed our blood…. So, Blair keep your England, and let me keep my Zimbabwe.1
- If the choice were made, one for us to lose our sovereignty and become a member of the Commonwealth or remain with our sovereignty and lose the membership of the Commonwealth, I would say let the Commonwealth go
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The Life, Political Career and Controversies of President Robert Mugabe
President Robert Mugabe came to power when Zimbabwe won independence in 1980 and his 37-year rule has been criticized for repression of dissent, election rigging, and for causing the country’s economic collapse. Putting a question mark on his political career.
After leading Zimbabwe since its independence in 1980, Robert Mugabe formally stepped down as the country’s president, according to the speaker of parliament. This was due to political tension and a feared coup after Zimbabwe’s army seized the headquarters of the state broadcaster ZBC in Harare and blocked off access to government offices.
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe
The early life
Mugabe was born on February 21, 1924, near Kutama, northeast of Salisbury [now Harare], in what was then Rhodesia.
The former school teacher, with seven university degrees, first came to prominence after waging a bloody guerrilla war against the white colonial rulers who jailed him for 10 years over a “subversive speech” he made in 1964.
Soon after his release from jail in 1974, he caused a seismic shift in national politics, riding a wave of popular outrage against the colonial rulers.
Then married to Ghanaian Sally Hayfron, who died of kidney disease in 1992, he crossed the border to neighboring Mozambique to launch a protracted guerrilla war for independence.
He returned to Rhodesia in 1979 and became prime minister in 1980 of the newly independent country renamed Zimbabwe.
He married his current wife and Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe, in 1996.
In the early years of his rule, Mugabe was praised for expanding social services, including building schools and hospitals, making a good political career.
He was concurrently spearheading a brutal crackdown on his political opposition led by the late nationalist politician Joshua Nkomo.
The violence claimed more than 20,000 lives, according to the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace.
Nkomo was the founding father of the nationalist struggle for independence in Zimbabwe.
The so-called Gukurahundi, a suppression campaign waged by the North Korean-trained 5th Brigade in the predominantly Ndebele regions of Zimbabwe, claimed the lives of most supporters of Nkomo.
The Gukurahundi crackdown ended with the signing of the Unity Accord in 1987 between ZANU-PF and PF-ZAPU.
Mugabe assumed the presidency in 1987, with the prime minister role being abolished.
Since then, he has won a series of controversial elections that critics claim he rigged, including one in 2008 which he lost to Morgan Tsvangirai, sparking political violence that human rights groups say claimed over 200 lives.
His supporters say he spoke for the poor; his critics say he had become increasingly authoritarian.
Failures and achievements of President Robert Mugabe
There had been growing calls by the opposition and critics demanding Mugabe to step down.
Mugabe’s rule culminated in a massive economic crisis for Zimbabwe, once one of Africa’s richest countries. His critics blame his policies.
Mugabe’s supporters say he empowered black Zimbabweans. Perhaps his biggest achievement, and according to some a failure, was a land-reform policy that arguably marked the beginning of the unraveling of the economy.
He and other freedom fighters won independence mainly on a platform of reclaiming land back from the white minority.
The turn of the century unleashed a wave of violent land acquisition by war veterans. Thousands of white farmers were forced out.
Many Zimbabweans agree that the black majority had to somehow take back the land. After all, about 75,000 hectares of productive land was owned by white farmers who make up only 1.5 percent of the population.
The way the land indigenization policy was conducted remains a deeply divisive issue. Land in Zimbabwe, as in many other African countries, is a very emotive subject.
This month’s military intervention came after a period of unrest within Mugabe’s ruling ZANU-PF party.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, an ally of the army chief and a veteran of the country’s struggle for independence, was dismissed as vice president on November 8 by Mugabe for showing “traits of disloyalty”.
With that, Mugabe had ousted one of his last remaining associates from the liberation war, who have stood by him since independence from Britain in 1980.
Mnangagwa, who fled Zimbabwe soon afterward, was seen as a possible successor to the ailing president, and his ousting appeared to pave the way for the first lady, Grace Mugabe, to succeed Mugabe.
However, army commander Constantino Chiwenga said on Monday, November 13, that the military would act if purges against former war liberation fighters did not cease.
Many war veterans, who fought alongside Mugabe during the 1970s liberation struggle and spearheaded the repossession of white-owned commercial farms in the 2000s, claim Mugabe betrayed the revolution.
The purges of scores of Mnangagwa allies apparently widened the rift between the Mugabe’s and various groups of war veteran leaders.
In the end, that rift proved to be the immediate source of the undoing of Mugabe’s political career.