I Will Lock Mugabe And Museveni In Prison If I Become President Donald Trump Vows

Mugabe in a meetingWashington DC, US President and business mogul Donald Trump has put Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Ugandan President, on notice, promising to deal with them ruthlessly when he becomes President.

Speaking while addressing war veterans in Washington, Trump warned other like-minded dictators who want to die in power, that their time is up and it’s just a matter of time before they face justice.

“I want to reiterate here before America’s greatest heroes that I will not condone any dictatorial tendencies exhibited by dictators around the world especially the two old men from Zimbabwe and Uganda.”

Mugabe and Museveni must be put on notice that their days are numbered and that I am going to arrest them and lock them in prison. If the past American administrations have failed to stop these two despots, I will personally do it.”

President TrumpTrump seems unapologetic when he says that Mugabe and Museveni have troubled the world enough with their tyranny and in order for peace to prevail someone has to put an end to all these madness.


“If Obama fears them, I will never fear them. If Clinton and Bush feared them, if the Pope kneels before them, I will never be reduced to that level. I will never be cowed. I promise to clean all the political mess around the world and promote international justice” Added Trump arrogantly.

Robert Mugabe God Should Never Have Created Those Thieves Kenyans Here In Africa

HARARE: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has launched a verbal war with Kenyans. While presiding over a funds drive in a city church on Sunday where he was the chief guest, Mugabe said that Kenyans are the most arrogant thieves in the world because they steal with high degree impunity.

Mugabe speaks

Robert Mugabe claims that he was quite shaken by Kenyans’ expertise on stealing to the point that he thinks it’s in every Kenyan’s blood. Ironically Kenyans attend good schools and pursue higher learning in good courses, but they still qualify as best thieves; one would think that there is a specific course being offered in their universities on theft called Bachelor of Stealing.

Mugabe further claims that Kenyans do not disappoint when employed, they will steal money that will be sufficient to buy their freedom. This is enhanced by the fact that the judges who preside over their cases are financially powerless.

He urges the people of Zimbabwe to be on high alert, especially those who will visit Kenya, so as not to catch this infectious disease and take it to Zimbabwe as it is not wanted there.

He proudly complemented the good, patriotic and honest nature of his people and their lack of interest in stealing tendencies.
Kenyans are yet to react on Mugabe’s insensitive remarks on them.