Two of Mugabe's sons,Robert Junior and Chatunga have recently been spotted 'chopping' their late father's money. The two have been spending money on fancy luxurious cars including range rovers,Mercedes G wagon,Porsche and other Big German and English machine. They are reportedly not working to maintain the wealth or generate more.
This has caused a stirrup on social media,people feeling sorry for their late father. The duo is constantly pleasing girls and friends in parties while buying expensive luxurious champagne.
Following Mugabe's death in 2017,the extravagance took over in the family,with great desire to eat life with a bigger spoon. This trait was difficult to understand, with others saying that this might signify carelessness and poor moral upbringing.
The late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe was a revolutionary politician who served as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as President from 1987 to 2017.This is more than 30 years as head of state. This makes sense that throughout this period,he amassed enough wealth to feed at least two of his generations. This explains the low socioeconomic status of Zimbabwe.
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