Quotes attributed to H.E. Robert Mugabe

Quotes attributed to H.E. Robert Mugabe

The following quotes attributed to H.E. Robert Mugabe are superb.

When you read the first, your face lightens up.

The second one, you open your mouth. On the third one, you laugh. On the fourth you are finished. They say laughing is good medicine. Here is your total medicine. Read whenever feeling low.

The quotes are not mine. They are attributed to H.E. Robert Mugabe. Here they come.


He who swallows a complete coconut have absolute trust in his anus.

The only warning Africans take serious is ‘LOW BATTERY.’


Whenever things seem to start going well in your life, the Devil comes along and gives you a ‘girlfriend’.


If you are ugly, you are ugly. Stop talking about inner beauty because men don’t walk around with X-rays to see inner beauty.


Treat every part of your towel nicely because the part that wipes your buttocks today will wipe your face tomorrow.


A brave man is he who has a running stomach and still wants to flatulate.


Interviewer: Mr President, when are you bidding the people of Zimbabwe farewell?

Robert: Where are they going?


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