American president Donald Trump has, on his first official day in office, reiterated that he will be coming for what he calls "corrupt African leaders" and it is his "first thing on the list".
Speaking from his official residence, The White House, Donald Trump said he is going to make sure he puts behind bars the president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe and South African president Jacob Zuma. Also on his list is Swaziland King Mswati III, Omar Al-Bashir, President of Sudan, José Eduardo dos Santos, President of Angola, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of Equatorial Guinea and Yoweri Museveni, President of Uganda.
Donald Trump said, "I promised to deal with corrupt leaders and I will make sure within my first month in office, these 7 corrupt and evil men are brought before the International Criminal Court. For example, the guy from South Africa, Jacob, he faced over 700 charges but got convicted of none. That will not happen under my watch."
Last year, U.S. business icon Donald Trump's statement was conceived as a notice to Mugabe and Ugandan President, of what their fate will be if he becomes the President of the United States of America. While addressing war veterans in a speech in Washington, Trump warned the other dictators across the globe who want to die in power, that it's just a matter of time before they face justice for their crimes. "I want to reiterate here before America's greatest heroes that I will not condone any dictatorial tendencies exhibited by dictators around the world especially the two old men from Zimbabwe and Uganda."
Mugabe responded, "Recently that madman that wants to be American President said he'll arrest some African Presidents including my brother Yoweri and myself and lock us in his imaginary prison should he become American President.
"May I state here that Trump will never take us anywhere because we Africans are the strongest and fearless in the universe. I wish everyone to Know that I have nothing to fear and I want to tell the world that Hitler's descendant (Trump) has taken after him and he is about to do his worst should the people of America make a mistake of electing him," President Mugabe said.