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Former President Mugabe's critic Mr Raymond Majongwe who is also the secretary general of Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has said Mugabe lowered the bar of Zimbabwean politics.

Majongwe took it to micro blogging Twitter saying, "Mugabe lowered the bar so low that everyone sees themselves capable of running this nation."

However, in May last year Majongwe told the Herald that Mugabe would win the 2018 election as he had managed to identify himself with people while the opposition has been concentrating on bickering among themselves.

"Many of us cannot compete against that 93-year-old man and it is unfortunate that l have to tell you that in 2018 (President) Mugabe is going to win with bigger margin. Change does not come by accident."

Apparently, Majongwe seems to be contradicting himself after noticing that Mugabe was finally removed by Mnangagwa regime under New dispensation.

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