Mugabe Was Not Removed By Army Says Zanu-PF Official

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Mon, 26 Feb 2018 01:47:21 GMT
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Mugabe Was Not Removed By Army Says Zanu-PF Official

Addressing supporters at Nemamwa in Masvingo West on Saturday, Masvingo Senator Clemence Makwarimba said former president Robert Mugabe was not removed from power by the army but he was pressured to resign by Zanu-PF.

Makwarimba said the dismissal of Mugabe as party leader by Zanu-PF’s central committee and the solidarity march as well as the move to impeach him pressured the nonagenarian to resign. Said Makwarimba:

There are some who are lying that Cde Mugabe was removed from power by the army. It is the Zanu-PF Central Committee, which dismissed him as leader of the party. The war veterans called for a solidarity march and you saw that there was a sea of people in Harare in November last year. The people from all walks of life, even threatened to go to Cde Mugabe’s blue roof residence as his resignation took long. After Zanu-PF Central Committee had dismissed him from the party, we then decided to move a step further and remove him as Head of State. We then teamed up as parliamentarians from MDC-T and Zanu-PF to do the process of impeaching him.

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