- The son of former president of Zimbabwe has shared a social media post in which he hints the country was better under his father's rule
- Robert Mugabe Jnr was referring to the violence that followed the Zimbabwean election results
- Mugabe Jnr is currently in South Africa, where he is studying and has started a fashion label
The ousted former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe's son has shared his disappointment in the violence that followed the elections.
The 26-year-old shared a photo of a burning car and said it is not the Zimbabwe he knows. He captioned the photo with the words "This is not the Zimbabwe I grew up in. This is not the Zimbabwe I know,".
Mugabe Jnr hinted that the country was better when his father was still its ruler, reports News24.
Briefly.co.za reported on Zanu-PF won the first elections since Robert Mugabe was ousted in 2017. The results were met by protests and eventually police fired into crowds.
According to a report by The South African, the violent and chaotic protests led to the death of six people.
Mugabe Jnr is currently in Jozi, South Africa where he is studying. He has also opened a fashion label.
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