Zimbabwean journalist speaks on Fmr President Robert Mugabe’s funeral
By TVC News Nigeria
27 September 2019 | 6:00 am
Zimbabwean journalist, Zenzele says Fmr President Mugabe's funeral came with a lot of mixed reactions from the people of Zimbabwe. While some were sad and confused, others took it as life as usual as most didn't like him, they went about their business as usual but it was a great turnout for most African leaders.
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