Former president Mugabe says Mnangagwa may sell Zimbabwe to China
Former president Robert Mugabe has condemned President Emmerson Mnangagwa for leasing anything visible in Zimbabwe to China.
Mugabe has urged Zimbabwe leaders to be considerate when handling national resources as failure to do that will attract total misery in the country.
The former President has predicted the possibility of President Mnangagwa to the Chinese by early next year after leasing Port Harare to the Chinese.
The old Mugabe has spoken for the first time since Port Harare was leased to China for a period of five years .
The Zimbabwean government has defended the move saying that after the end of the leasing period, the project China has initiated at Port Harare will be of mutual benefit to both parties, Zimbabwe and China.
President Mugabe has warned African leaders on the run to sell vital national resources to China as the aftermath will always be catastrophic .
He has cited his thirty years of rule as success to Zimbabwe since no national resource was sold to giant nations.
Mugabe has urged Zimbabweans to resist attempts by the current regime to turn the country into a laughing stock.
Source: African Stand