I will only serve two terms: ED

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will chart a different path from that of his much-criticised predecessor — former leader Robert Mugabe — adding that he will only serve the two terms permitted by the country’s new Constitution if Zimbabweans re-elect him into power in five years’ time.

Comments (2)

we though bob was a man of principle &intergrity but he lasted forever,i dont trust these apples from the same basket

julius - 23 September 2018

Well there is nothing new Mr. ED. The constitution states that 2 terms in office and whether you like it or not that is what you have to observe. But in 2023 mr. ED you will be 81 yrs old and you will still want to run for another term as president-now can you explain how you are different from former president RGM. At 80 yrs you must be resting not trying to run a country. If you want to do things different from RGM then please serve only 1 term and with about 9 months or so to finish your 1st term in office you then do a Khama=retire. That would be doing things very differently from RGM. As of now your pronouncement is worthless because the constitution already spells that out period.

Gheo - 23 September 2018

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