<vote /> ZANU-PF leader Robert Mugabe cautioned war veterans that they have no legal or moral standing to dictate who should succeed him. Mugabe said this while officially opening the second meeting of the ZANU-PF central committee in Harare.

Mugabe threatened to take disciplinary action against the war veterans’ top leadership, which selected Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa as Mugabe's successor.

Robert Mugabe described war veterans as “dissidents” for threatening bloodshed should Mnangagwa fail to land the country’s top post. He said the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association was formed for the welfare of all veterans not to choose who should succeed him.

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