Zimbabwe Politics: War Veterans call for final march to impeach Mugabe

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Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has advised his Ex-boss to leave power or face embarrassment from the people.

Zimbabwe Politics: War Veterans call for final march to impeach Mugabe
War Veterans call for final march to impeach Mugabe/ Photo credit: The Independent
As parliament moved to impeach the Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwe war Veterans had just called on all the citizens to march to the President’s private residence for protest.
The Veterans asked everybody to come out in mass for the exercise in Harare, capital of Zimbabwe.
According to the group’s Chairman, Chris Mutsvangwa; “All the people must leave what they are doing, come to Harare… we just want to see the back of Mugabe immediately. The protests must begin now; we cannot have another hour of Mugabe.”

Also, the former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has advised his Ex-boss to leave power or face embarrassment from the people.

Mnangagwa said: “In my conversation with the President I told him that there are two options that is; (1) to co-operate in the current negotiations with Comrades from the defence forces for a peaceful resolution of this crisis, which would result in the preservation of his legacy. (2) That if he continues to dig in, in defiance of the will of the people, he might suffer humiliation because definitely the will of the people will prevail against one person.”
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The Ex-vice President also noted that Mugabe asked him to come to the state House, but he turned down the invitation.

“I can confirm that President Robert Gabriel Mugabe made contact with me and invited me to return home for a discussion on the current political events in the nation.
I told the President that I would not return home now until I am satisfied of my personal security, because of the manner and treatment given to me upon being fired,” said Mnangagwa.
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Mnangagwa said he left the country for security reasons and not to return until his safety is guaranteed.

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