Mugabe should just have asked me to retire, I would have listened: Joice Mujuru

6 years agoMon, 03 Jul 2017 12:24:09 GMT
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Mugabe should just have asked me to retire, I would have listened: Joice Mujuru

Former Vice President and leader of the National People’s Party Joice Mujuru has said that she feels sorry for the people who remained in ZanuPF after she was expelled as they are also being mistreated like she was. She also said that President Mugabe had mishandled the situation by expelling her in 2014 as she would have been happy to resign if only he had asked her. In an interview with the Daily News, after she was asked if she was still bitter Mujuru replied with:

I still ask; why did you (Robert Mugabe) do what you did to Mujuru? He would not have been in this mess, if I had remained in Zanu PF. It did not only hurt me, but many others who looked up to me as their leader. The way it was handled was wrong. He should have just called me and asked me to retire after having served 10 years as his deputy. I would have listened to him because of who I am.

I am feeling sorry for those in Zanu PF. (Emmerson) Mnangagwa celebrated (my dismissal) because it benefited him but how does he feel now that he is being mistreated just as I was being ill-treated? Why are they punishing this gentleman? Why do you have to drag him into all this mess? If Mugabe does not want Mnangagwa, why doesn’t he just fire him?

He has suffered a lot and we should not celebrate when we see a fellow human being suffering because we are all humans.

More: Full Interview here

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