HARARE – Zimbambwe’s long serving dictator Robert Mugabe is headed out of power.
Events developing in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital indicate that the army has decided to kickout the controversial long life President, after he last week, dismissed his deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa himself a bush was General.
International news agencies have reported troop movements towards Mugabe’s residence with military tanks coordoning off the capital.
Zimbabwe armed forces commander Constantine Chiwenga on Monday called for an end to purges in President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party and said the security services would stop those “bent on hijacking the revolution.”
Chiwenga, speaking alongside the commanders of the army and airforce, was commenting on the upheaval in the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front following Mugabe’s dismissal of Emmerson Mnangagwa as vice president a week ago and his subsequent expulsion from the ruling party.