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10 Expensive Things Owned By Dictator Robert Mugabe

10. Hong Kong Mansion: Robert Mugabe owns this large mansion in Hong Kong.


This $4 million dollar mansion is ready in the green hills of Hong Kong’s New Territories and is conceived to be acquired sometime in 2013.


The 1,200 square foot assets are intended to comprise several bedrooms, bathrooms, and are adorned in beauty, with the garden providing a private driveway and personal pool. 

Some confusion has arisen as to who precisely owns the house, with one of Robert Mugabe’s former friends claiming the belongings were stolen from him. 

The house became extensively used a few years ago when Bona Mugabe, Grace Mugabe's daughter, lived there while studying in Hong Kong.


The Mugabes seemingly abandoned the residence after it was burgled a few years later and their protection detail moved them out

.9. Harare Mansion Another huge residence owned with the aid of Robert Mugabe.


Located in the capital of Zimbabwe, this large mansion will be considered more of a palace than a house. 

The mansion has 25 bedrooms and was reportedly constructed by an organization from Serbia and designed by an agency from China. 

Outside the residence, there are two lakes that sit on 44 acres of landscaped grounds, and the whole compound is protected by means of a state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar radar device.


The mansion features a massive out-of-door pool with Roman fashion architecture; a massive dining room with an area for 30 plus guests; and a huge master bedroom with an outstanding king-length bed. 

The final cost of the assets is currently unknown, but it is expected to be in the tens of tens of millions of dollars.


Robert Mugabe is the eighth luxury travel coach.


owns this ridiculous RV tour company. The entire


coach is computerised and features a Wi-Fi enabled air-conditioning machine that may be accessed from the touch of a button on the coach's computerised contact display screen. The train functions as a bedroom


, a rear salon, a toilet, a dining room, and a small kitchen. The dwelling is carpeted


, while the fixtures and fittings are manufactured from gold. The entire teaching is computerised and has


the capabilities of a sensible air conditioning gadget that may be accessed from the touch of a button on the coach's computerised contact screen.


There is a 20kw on-board generator, roof set up air con gadgets, satellite navigation, a 23 inch LG LED TV, a 40 inch LG LED TV, and three 28 inch LG LED TV's.


Hamilton Palace Mugabe shares a personal interest in Hamilton Palace, which is located in Sussex, England, with his business partner, Nicolas Van Hoogstraten. The huge


$40 million pound shape has been left incomplete after painting on the assets ceased while Van Hoogstraten left the UK for business hobbies in Zimbabwe. The dwellings are surrounded by large gardens


, and a second building is partially built next to a large lake.


The mansion has been nicknamed the "ghost residence of Sussex" after it was converted into a derelict construction site. 

6. Farmland: After land


seizures again in the year 2000, it was Mugabe and his own family who took at least 12 farms for themselves and converted a number of them into private retreats.


It’s a concept that the farms he owns cover somewhere in the region of 15,000 hectares, and a number of them are used without delay to feed government employees and squaddies.


Many of the farms have been seized by white humans within the United States and raised to the floor.


At Balito Mansion, number five:



This house is thought to have been constructed for the sole purpose of the retirement of President Robert Mugabe. The house has been described as a


citadel with bulletproof windows, guard towers, or even an underground bunker.


The compound features large parking regions, man-made lakes, and gardens filled with lush flowers. Mugabe's private security officers managed to get admission


to and from the compound.


 Robert Mugabe's Mercedes Benz S600L was custom-built in Germany and armored to a "B7 Dragunov level."


This way, the car has the ability to face up to AK-47 bullets, landmines, and grenades.


Its on-board features also include a CD player, films, the Internet, and anti-bugging gadgets.


Moving away from the security features, the vehicle was custom-built in Germany and features a 4.7-liter dual-turbocharged V8 engine and run-flat tires.


3.The official website of Rolls-Royce


One of the unique components of the pomp and pageantry that followed state openings of parliament in Zimbabwe, this car was often escorted by two hundred soldiers and 30+ policemen. The car has a nationwide fashion on the


front and is continually guarded with the aid of Mugabe’s private protection detail.


2. Zimbabwe Diamond Consolidated Co. '


Formed today, this state diamond company was created to supervise the manufacturing of Zimbabwe’s diamond markets, which might be completely managed with the aid of Mugabe and his government. The company was set up after Mugabe


caught diamond mines stealing directly from the government.


In a huge purge, the mines have been stripped of workers, and new government-authorised employees have been sent to update them.


The diamond mines are thought to have produced around $15 billion dollars' worth of diamonds over the previous few years, plenty of which were shipped out of the country at the back of the government.


1.The ZANU PF Officially, the Zimbabwean African National Union Patriotic Front is a conservative socialist ideology, with the party retaining a politburo and central committee. 


African nationalism and anti-imperialism within the form of opposition to Western domination of the world and liberalism are different key elements in the birthday celebration’s ideology. 

Mugabe essentially rules with an iron fist, and all enemies of the country are eliminated, both with the aid of murder or by means of being dragged through the courts and executed. The


celebration controls all herbal sources in the United States of America, from farms to grease to diamonds to grain.


More lately, the celebration and the wife of Robert Mugabe stated that if Mugabe died, he could contest the imminent elections as a corpse. Its idea is that contributors to the celebration have


made loads of hundreds of thousands off the backs of regular Zimbabweans.



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