Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe Threatened To Sack VP

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday in a rally  threatened to sack his deputy, Emmerson.

Photo Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe
Mnangagwa, 75, was appointed vice-president in 2014 and has been widely touted as the obvious successor to Mugabe, who has led the country for 37 years.
At the weekend, Mugabe lambasted his vice-president, sitting nearby, when speaking in Shona in the opposition stronghold city of Bulawayo.

“We are denigrated and insulted in the name of Mnangagwa. Did I make a mistake in appointing him as my deputy?

“If I made a mistake by appointing Mnangagwa… tell me. I will drop him as early as tomorrow. We are not afraid of anyone. We can decide even here.
“If it has come to this, it is time we make a final decision. Mugabe said.
Mugabe said, Mnangagwa and his supporters were free to leave ZANU-PF.
Booking.com“You can go ahead and form your party because we honestly cannot have this. We cannot be insulted on a daily basis.”
Mnangagwa was last month stripped of his role as Justice Minister, in a cabinet reshuffle widely considered part of a campaign.

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