Monday, 16 September 2019

Xi Jinping To Attend Mugabe Funeral



A government official has released a tentative list of world leaders who are expected to attend former President Robert Mugabe's funeral.

 Below is the initial list of expected guests:

Ghana - President Nana Akufo Addo, Former President John Mahama, Former President Jerry Rawlings & Former President John Kufuor.

Zambia - President Edgar Lungu, Former President Kenneth Kaunda, Former President Rupiah Banda & Former President Guy Scott.
South Africa - President Cyril Ramaphosa, Former President Jacob Zuma & Former President Thabo Mbeki.

Lesotho - King Letsie III
Malawi - President Peter Mutharika
Chad - President Idriss Deby
Botswana - President Mokgweetsi Masisi & Former President Festus Mogae.

China - President Xi Jinping Former President Hu Jintao
Mozambique - President Filipe Nyusi, Former President Armando Guebuza & Former President Joaquim Chissano.

India - Prime Minister Narenda Modi & Former President Pranab Patil
Equatorial Guinea - President Obiang Mbasogo
Togo - Faure Gnassingbe
Namibia - President Hage Geingob, Former President Sam Nujoma & Former President Hifikepunye Pohamba.

DRC - President Felix Tshisekedi & Former President Joseph Kabila.
Congo Brassaville - President Denis Nguesso
Angola - President Joao Lourenco & Former President Jose Dos Santos
Brazil - Former President Dilma Rousseff
Tanzania - President John Magafuli, Former President Jakaya Kikwete & Former President Benjamin Mkapa.

Cameroon - President Paul Biya
South Sudan - President Salva Kiir
Nigeria - President Mohammadu Buhari & Former President Olusegun Obasanjo
Belarus - Alexander Lukashenko
Kenya - President Uhuru Kenyatta & Former President Mwaii Kibaki.

Cote Divoire - President Alassane Ouattara
Uganda - President Yoweri  Museveni
President
Malaysia - Former Prime Minister Najib Razak
Singapore - President Halimah Yacob
Cuba - Former President Raul Castro
Liberia - President George Weah &  Former President Ellen Johnson Serlief.
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