Mnangagwa coming home to talk to Mugabe says Chiwenga

President Robert Mugabe will soon meet his former deputy
Emmerson Mnangagwa, to chat a way forward General Constantino Chiwenga has
told journalists.

Chiwenga speaking at a media briefing at the Army Headquaters Chiwenga
said Mngangagwa will be in the country soon to meet his former boss. “In
the mean time His Excellency and Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces
Cde R G Mugabe has started processes so that a definitive solution and
road map is found,” said Chiwenga.

“The security services are encouraged by new developments which include contact between the president and the former vice president comrade Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa who is expected in the country shortly. Thereafter the nation will be advised of the outcome of talks between the two,” said army chief general Constantino Chiwenga.

Last Friday, a senior aide who declined to be named said Mnangagwa had returned to Zimbabwe the day before, after spending nearly a week abroad.

Chiwenga held his press briefing after the ruling Zanu PF party announced
that it will tomorrow start the impeachment process aginst Mugabe. Mugabe
has remained stubborn and refused to resign.

Source: AFP


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    Jonsina 5 years ago

    I think Mugabe should be comforted by the fact that Mnangagwa and Chiwengwa are real great men in many ways that they have shown. On going events made me proud of Zimbabwe. I was talking to a Dutch friend and he said you Zimbabweans behave like first world sometimes. I said yes we are first world in Christ. We demonstrated with more civility than any one in the world would do. The respect for our elderly leader while sending him a message is good. Chiwengwa organise a formal hand over ceremony. Let us cease from denigrating the president on his way out.

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    tulani 5 years ago

    Let them give him a dignified departure…at least he still a great man

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    Apart from the fact that M&C are both mass murderers who orchestrated definitively the 2008 stolen election. None of this would have happened if Mugabe had respected the will of the electorate in 2008 and stepped down (as he wanted to) but was persuaded by these 2 killers not to. Jonsina you are a gullible pathetic fool.

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    Fallenz 5 years ago

    “Dignified departure”…? A “great man”..? After all the destruction, pain, and sorrow he has caused..??? You’re trying to inject some curious sort of sick humor, right..? Put him before the ICC, and see what kind of humor they find in Mugabe’s tenure. To save his sorry hide, I bet he’d start naming names… like Mnangagwa and Chiwenga. If he steps outside the country without diplomatic immunity, he’s a goner… one way or the other.

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    Zimba 5 years ago

    Mugabe and his family are thieving animals who should be brought to justice for 37 years of abuse, murder and tyranny. How can he amass $1.7 billion dollars in assets legitimately and get away with this ? No respect or dignity should be awarded for this cunning old thief in an Armani suit.