Mugabe Never thought Mnangagwa would Backstab him

FILE PHOTO: President Robert Mugabe addresses supporters of his ruling ZANU (PF) party gathered for a rally in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe, July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo/File Photo

HARARE- Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has finally spoken out in a televised interview about his removal from office.

Mugabe says he never thought the country’s new leader Emmmerson Mnangagwa would turn against him.

Mugabe ruled Zimbabwe since independence in the 1980s until
he was forced to stepped down under pressure from the military and some in Zanu-Pf.

Speaking during a press conference on Thursday night, Mugabe described his removal as a “coup”. He said Mnangagwa assumed the presidency illegally.

“I don’t hate Emmerson. I brought him into government. I want to work with him, but he must be proper. He is improper where he is, illegal.”

Mugabe says he will continue fighting for Zimbabwe even after his removal.

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Video Credit-SABC online

Photo Credit- Harare Times

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