God Shouldn’t Have Created Those Thieves: Did Mugabe Really Called Kenyans Thieves?

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Robert Mugabe says God should never have created those thieves (Kenyans) here in Africa

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Statements attributed to Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe have caused controversy on social media with a hashtag #KenyansVsZimbabweans capturing the hostilities.

The septuagenarian and Zimbabwean head of state allegedly referred to Kenyans as “wizards” before a congregation, while presiding over a funds drive in a city church on Sunday where he was the chief guest, adding that more than half of the country’s population is made up of thieves.

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Hiiraan.com on Wednesday authoritatively reported that Mugabe said:

“Those people of East Africa shock me with their wizardry in stealing. Sometimes I tend to believe that stealing is in every Kenyan’s blood.”

“You can even think that there is a subject in their universities called Bachelor of Stealing. Whenever they get an opportunity as employees, they never disappoint. They steal enough money to buy their freedom because even the judges who listen to their cases are financially powerless.”

“I urge you my people to be on high alert in case you by bad luck, happen to visit that East African nation. They might infect you with that disease and we don’t want it here. Zimbabweans are honest people who love their country and don’t want such stealing tendencies .”

“God Should never have created those thieves (Kenyans) here in Africa.”

However, several  Zimbabwean sources told The Star that the report appears to be fictitious that Mugabe made no such address.

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