Most loved MDC leader Nelson Chamisa today visited late former President Robert Mugabe's family home to pay his last respects to the great African hero who passed away in Singapore on September 6. He later tweeted:
I’ve been to the Mugabe family residence to pay condolences as a gesture of Ubuntu, rising above political differences and personal animosities. The circumstances right now inform us that this is the time for mourning not political point-scoring or politicking.
We have very many guests and dignitaries coming into our country from around the world to pay their respects and we must welcome them as one family despite our challenges and differences. So we shall not do or say things except all in the spirit of Ubuntu/hunhu hwedu.
As pan Africanists, we will do all that is required of us from a position of principle and values, showing leadership and courtesy. All will be revealed in due course. We all have a duty to each other maintaining fidelity to the matters that matter most for all Zimbabweans.
A nation that drinks from the cup of bitterness and hate runs the risk of getting drunk and drowning under a stupor of revenge, vengefulness and perpetual pain.