Former Zimbabwean President, Mugabe auctions farm equipment

Former Zimbabwean President, Mugabe auctions farm equipments

Equipment at former Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe’s dairy farm, is being auctioned to offset a debt owed to an anonymous creditor, according to a statement issued last week.

Mugabe, who ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years, owns several farms.

“I am a farmer, so I came to get vehicles, graders, low beds and tractors. If you come to an auction, Victor Sipondo, a buyer says.

Among more than 40 vehicles to be sold, are four Toyota Hilux pick-up trucks, three Scania horse trucks and a Mercedes Benz C-class limousine.

Also for sale, are Massey Ferguson tractors, 13 motorcycles and farm equipment, including four combine harvesters.

Mugabe was ousted in 2017 following a brief military takeover.

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