Zimbabwean former President Mugabe jnr has been rushed to hospital asking for prayers.
By Fortunesibandanewshub | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 26081 views
The son of the late president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe Jnr has been rushed to Parirenyatwa hospital today. He was rushed to hospital as he starting showing off covid 19 symptoms.
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Robert Mugabe junior said he was rushed to hospital and asking for prayers from fellow Zimbabweans. He is feeling better but still admitted in the hospital in Harare.
During the reign of his late father the sons used private planes to go to Singapore for medical check ups and lived a luxurious life.
Lets all pray for him as he is in bad time. The past wont determine the future of what his father did to Zimbabweans
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