Mugabe refuses to vacate State House

HARARE - Sulking former president Robert Mugabe and his unsettled wife Grace are refusing to remove their property, including furniture and other valuables, from State House — meaning that his successor Emmerson  Mnangagwa still has no official residence, more than four months after  the nonagenarian was booted out of power.

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Comments (7)

inga akaregererwa shuwa. just goes to show this guy intended to be a life president. titende Mwari shuwa. aibviswa nani

keith - 5 April 2018

Kane nharo. Pasina Operation Restore Regasi, kulez hakuna kwaaienda.

Bhasikiti Wrong Basket - 5 April 2018

Eviction orders please! Just load and dump the shit and pee soiled mattresses at "Blue Roof" or kwaKutama. Everybody knows his addresses so why wastinge time

weMakomo - 5 April 2018

Furniture items at State House are State assets.Zvavo vakaendesa kuBlue Roof kudhambi.

Munopenga - 5 April 2018

Pakutoda Chiwenga apa, he is the only one anomugona.

zimbabwean - 5 April 2018

The state house was built by the whites and these idiots are now fight over the white man's ruins demety.

Chimedza matombo - 5 April 2018

kadhara akakajaidzwa . zvinhu zvishoma zvavo ngazviendeswe kwaZvimba, Sei kamudhara aka kachida kutyiwa kudaro ah chipok ngachiended kwaZvimba. That i a state house. I am sure they believe its theirs,kkkkkkkk. What is munangagwa sacred of. mugabe is not your father munangagwa. he is a cruel old man

mburu - 10 April 2018

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