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Mahama’s ‘hero’ praise for Mugabe angers Zimbabweans

Former President John Dramani Mahama has come under heavy attack by Zimbabweans on micro-blogging site, Twitter for referring to their ex-leader, Robert Mugabe as a ‘hero’.

John Mahama who is one of the many world leaders to react to the news of the unexpected resignation of Mugabe that brought an end to his 37-year-old rule as president of Zimbabwe took to Twitter to heap praises on the former revolutionary leader.

The former President of Ghana, who despite wishing the ‘freed’ country a turnaround for democracy and prosperity did not seem happy about the sudden turn of events referred to the situation as a “sad ending for a liberation hero.”

His tweet however, did not seem to have gone down well with Zimbabweans who have expressed displeasure and anger towards the Former president of Ghana. He tweeted;

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly.

 See John Dramani Mahama’s other Tweets

 

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly. pic.twitter.com/CZPKCOpccZ

Confusing tweet. How can you say ‘a patriot and a great Pan Africanist’ and then go on to ask for ‘ a reboot for democracy and prosperity in ‘ ?

 

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly. pic.twitter.com/CZPKCOpccZ

With all due respect Sir,us Zimbabweans will also remember him for his tyranny & the suffering we endured. May history never be air brushed.

 

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly. pic.twitter.com/CZPKCOpccZ

Dude has US$18 billion secreted away whilst school teachers earning $474/month have to wait to get paid. How is that Pan Africanism?

 

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly. pic.twitter.com/CZPKCOpccZ

Emotions aside, Robert Mugabe WAS a pan africanist. He truly believed we must never be vassals of europe ever again, be it economically, socially, politically or morally. Sadly, the $$$$ and power messed him up. Regardless – good riddance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A sad ending for a liberation hero, a patriot and a great Pan Africanist. I pray the dramatic events of November serve as a reboot for democracy and prosperity in . History will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly. pic.twitter.com/CZPKCOpccZ

Ghana is a stable democracy with a growing economy yet so many of her people are waxing lyrical about a ruthless dictator who trashed his country’s economy. Go figure.

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