by Rutendo Nkosisbhekile, Rutendo.Nkosisbhekil@alleastafrica.com
HARARE – Known for his usual rants on many aspects of Africa’s life and world leaders, Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe told African men to rise above sex obsession but rather share their sex education with the rest of the world.
Responding to a question by a local reporter on anything he’d wish to say, Mr. Mugabe had earlier poked fun at the latest online media speculation that he was gravely ill and had sought medical help in Dubai, said he had a new message for African men.
“I am telling African men not to think outside box rather than just banging women all the time.” The 92-years old president said.
“Men, give me your ears. There’s a better way to look at life: share your sex education with the rest of the world so everyone will improve his sex life.” He said with his voice rising as applause and cheers mounted in the conference hall inside the state house.
Earlier, Mr. Mugabe had also taken a bizarre swipe at US President Barack Obama following the Supreme Court’s decision to legalise gay marriage across America last year, sarcastically promising to travel to Washington and ask for his hand in marriage.
“He would “get down on my knee and ask [Obama’s] hand”, before he went on to condemn marriage equality.” He said.
Mugabe had also launched a verbal war against other world leaders had hit Kenyans hardest, saying that Kenyans are the most arrogant thieves in the world because they steal with high degree of impunity.
“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.” He said.
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