ED off to Angola

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday left the country for Angola on a one-day visit.

In his absence, Vice President Kembo Mohadi will be the acting president.

The ministry of Information posted on its twitter handle yesterday that Mnangagwa will be attending the commemoration of Southern African Liberation Day, the Cuito Cuanavale.
The day was declared at the Windhoek Southern African Development Community in August 2018.

Only last week, Mnangagwa was forced to cut short his trip to the United Arab Emirates to attend to the Cyclone Idai disaster which killed hundreds of people  and destroyed infrastructure not only in the country’s two provinces of Manicaland and Masvingo but also in neighbouring Mozambique and Malawi.


    Comments (2)

    Mnangagwa has lost his plot. The country is dealing with the worst human disaster in decades and he is shamelessly using scarce FX to attend a useless celebration no one cares about. I hope he took his stupid couch with him.

    Ken Sharpe - 24 March 2019

    Angola - another failed and corrupt state - what can they offer ZW comrades. Surely ED knows this & then maybe he doesn't !

    ace mukadota - 25 March 2019

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