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Zimbabwe's will benefit from a film on Mugabe's Removal from power

17 Feb 2021 at 20:30hrs | Views
One film that is a must, and a must to screen, is the removal of the former President of Zimbabwe Robert Gabriel Mugabe from Zimbabwe's power. A leader who was in power for 37 years. Zimbabwe was a film producing country which produced some of the world best movies like ," The King Solomon's Mines", "Cry Freedom", "A Dry White Season", "A World Apart", "Dark City" and "The Power of One", just to name a few. In the 1980's Zimbabwe was the place for movie-makers and actors, the likes of Danny Glover, Richard Chamberlain, Sharon Stone just to name a few. This constant rush to Zimbabwe indicated the existence of one of the progressive film industry in Africa. Today, all that is left of the film industry is a tale of glorious days and nothing left.

Surely, with some of Zimbabwe's best script writer and film producers in the world. How is it possible that five years after the removal of Robert Gabriel Mugabe, Zimbabwe has not been able to produce a block buster movie. Everything we read about Mugabe's removal is a hearsay. Now that Hon SB Moyo my humble mukwambo has passed away who I had the great opportunity to understand the behind the scenes activities and the facts of what happened before during and after the removal of one of Africa longest surviving leaders.

In November 2017, ED Mnangagwa had left Zimbabwe through an illegal exit point, after he was expelled from the country, the Army General C.Chiwenga was in China getting ready to come home. Grace Mugabe the then President's wife was positioning herself and already wearing the emperors rode ready to take over. In Zimbabwe and beyond, The World wants to know what happened, who was on the ground to execute the plan, who were the G40 and the team Lacoste, what was the role of Zimbabwe's Military, who knew what and when.

There is now a need for Zimbabwe's leadership to know that the film industry is a million-dollar business and Mugabe's removal is a great opportunity to cash in and make millions of USD from the world film gowers who want to know how Zimbabwe's strong man was removed.

In this age of information and communication technology Zimbabweans should find it easy to make money through filming. Let us revive Zimbabwe's film industry by creating Mugabe's blockbuster followed by a great movie of Chidhumo na Masendeke.

If Only My Mukwambo was Alive MHSRIIP I would have written the book. Mugabe died without writing even a page of his life. Lets have our history in writing and in movies and leaving our African foot prints on the records of History

If you need any further discussion, elaboration and/or contribute please do not hesitate to contact me on +263772278161

Engineer Jacob Kudzayi Mutisi removal of Robert Gabriel Mugabe, Zimbabwe has not been able to produce a block buster movie. Everything we read about Mugabe's removal is a hearsay. Now that Hon SB Moyo my humble mukwambo has passed away who I had the great opportunity to understand the behind the scenes activities and the facts of what happened before during and after the removal of one of Africa longest surviving leaders.

In November 2017, ED Mnangagwa had left Zimbabwe through an illegal exit point, after he was expelled from the country, the Army General C.Chiwenga was in China getting ready to come home. Grace Mugabe the then President's wife was positioning herself and already wearing the emperors rode ready to take over. In Zimbabwe and beyond, The World wants to know what happened, who was on the ground to execute the plan, who were the G40 and the team Lacoste, what was the role of Zimbabwe's Military, who knew what and when.

There is now a need for Zimbabwe's leadership to know that the film industry is a million-dollar business and Mugabe's removal is a great opportunity to cash in and make millions of USD from the world film gowers who want to know how Zimbabwe's strong man was removed.

In this age of information and communication technology Zimbabweans should find it easy to make money through filming. Let us revive Zimbabwe's film industry by creating Mugabe's blockbuster followed by a great movie of Chidhumo na Masendeke.

If Only My Mukwambo was Alive MHSRIIP I would have written the book. Mugabe died without writing even a page of his life. Lets have our history in writing and in movies.

If you need any further discussion, elaboration and/or contribute please do not hesitate to contact me on +263772278161

Engineer Jacob Kudzayi Mutisi



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