Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe took the stage at the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly, and used part of his time to preach peace to U.S. President Donald Trump, urging him to be a trumpet for peace, not damnation.
Trump also noted that six of the world's ten fastest growing economies are in Africa. "Africa has tremendous business potential, I have so many friends going to your countries trying to get rich," Trump said.
“Such is life, even Jesus was criticized. They called him a gluton and a drunkard, yet he was the Messiah. So we don’t expect anything else as well. If you are the president you are in the center of the storm so those criticisms are bound to come your way.”
According to Timeslive, Simba Chitando opposed an application filed by AfriForum, acting on behalf of Engels, seeking the inclusion of President Robert Mugabe in the case in which Engels claims that she was assaulted by Mrs. Mugabe.