Media planning for Mugabe Death

The death of the African hero and great leader Robert Mugabe is expected in some time.

In order to trash him, and destroy his legacy, the top western propaganda medias like the BBC, CNN, RFI have already started preparing trash documentaries, false claims reportage, and hired a network of echo Chamber experts, journalists, listeners/viewers comments, and opinions of Zimbabweans opposed to Mugabe, with the single purpose of trowing Mugabe in the bins of history as a dictator, a criminal, a racist, a despicable personage.

Most Africans would fall into the trap of that ongoing western propaganda against Mugabe, like they naively fell for the sanctification, deification of Mandela, the traitor, by the same western propaganda network.

Those who know the history of Zimbabwe, the great achievements of Zimbabwe under Mugabe leadership, should also start preparing their content for the celebration of the death of President Mugabe.

Media planning is important, otherwise, we will be always in the defensive mode instead. Mugabe is not perfect like there is no perfect leader anywhere else, but his standing for his country and people against bullying western powers is an example to be celebrated and propagated.

Don’t let foreigners define or chose who should be your hero or villain.

Often the foreigners designated African heroes (senghor, Mandela, boigny, etc.) are those who served their interests instead of the Africans interests. And more certainly, their designated African villains are those who serve Africans interests instead of following the foreigners agenda.

From today, start writing a celebration message about Mugabe. Think about what you’d post about him when he would die. Ask your local medias or your friends who are journalists or bloggers to start preparing media contents.

Media planning is important, otherwise, we will be always in the defensive mode instead.


About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of, Founder of, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at

One Response to “Media planning for Mugabe Death”

  1. Eugene

    I like your writing but you are naive if you think Mugabe acts in anyone’s interest but his own. He should not be celebrated, anyone of the millions of Zimbabweans living South Africa would tell you the same.

    Furthermore, you insult a great man when you insult Madiba, you should be a ashamed of yourself


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