Crowds Bused From Zimbabwe to Gaborone to Cheer Mugabe


by Staff Reporter

BOTSWANA- Crowds from Zimbabwe have been bused to Botswana to cheer President and SADC Chairman  Robert Mugabe , can reveal.

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe chats to Botswana President Ian Khama

A source close to  Mugabe’s security  told this reporter from  Gaborone that  Mugabe feared what happened  in Lusaka  in January at a hotel and want  crowds to cheers  and drown jeers, just in case.

Huge crowds of Zambians chanted “MUGABE MUST GO” at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the capital Lusaka.

Another source from Harare close to the establishment  who spoke on condition of anonymity, told this paper that Mugabe is really worried about his unpopularity  in Botswana .

Mugabe Tuesday flew out to Botswana where he was set to meet the Sadc secretariat in Gaborone.The State owned Herald reported Wednesday that Mugabe was welcomed by Botswana’s foreign minister at airport and scores of zimbabwean youths who are based in Botswana welcomed him at the hotel and broke into song and dance praising him.

Mugabe, who is Sadc chairperson, was making his first visit since assuming the chairmanship last  year.

Presidential spokesperson George Charamba said the visit was routine.

“It’s a requirement that the chairperson of Sadc must visit the headquarters during the course of his tenure; so he is fulfilling that,” said Charamba.

Botswana President Ian Khama apparently clashed with President Robert Mugabe at the recent Sadc summit in Harare in front of other regional heads of State and government over the rampant influx of undocumented Zimbabweans into Botswana and South Africa.


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