Monday, 1 February 2016

As long as I am alive, I will head the country

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/africahaveyoursay/mugabe.jpgZimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe delivered an hour-long speech as he handed over the chairmanship of the African Union to Chadian leader Idriss Debby, hitting out at US President Barack Obama “for failing to help black people”.

Mr Mugabe said as long as he was alive, he would remain the president of Zimbabwe.

“I will be there until God says ‘come’, and as long as I am alive, I will head the country. Forward ever, backward never,” he said.

“There is Obama today. What is he? A voice made to speak their language, not ours. Blacks still suffer in the US today. There is no education for all, no health for all,” he went on.

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