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Chamisa calls for Ubuntu

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) leader Adv. Nelson Chamisa has called upon Zimbabweans to leave out political differences as the country mourns the founding father of the nation the late Former President Robert Gabriel Mugabe.

The maverick Chamisa called upon Zimbabweans to show Ubuntu or hunhu as the country celebrates the life of the gallant son of the soil.

I’ve been to the Mugabe family residence to pay condolences as a gesture of Ubuntu, rising above political differences and personal animosities. The circumstance right now inform us that this is the time for mourning not political point scoring or politicking,”

“We have many guests and dignitaries coming into our country from around the world to pay their last respects and we must welcome them as one family despite our challenges and differences. So we shall not do or say things except all in the spirit of Ubuntu,”

Adv. Chamisa announced that the MDC-A has postponed its 20th anniversary in order to pay its last tributes to Cde Mugabe. Chamisa said Ubuntu encourages one not to celebrate while others are mourning for their loved ones.

The gallant son of the soil passed on in Singapore where he was seeking medical attention for an undisclosed ailment.

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