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Mugabe turns 93, vowing to rule on in Zimbabwe

Mugabe turns 93, vowing to rule on in Zimbabwe

Earlier this month, Zimbabwe police arrested Evan Mawarire, the pastor who fled the country past year after leading protests against Mugabe's government.

"Fireworks, isn't it?" he said, laughing. Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party have run the country unopposed since then. "Also the majority of the people feel that there is no replacement actually, no successor who to them is acceptable as I am".

In a rambling interview with state-owned TV, Mugabe said he hoped Trump, the U.S. president, might review the sanctions imposed on him and members of his inner circle in 2003 over alleged human rights violations and vote rigging.

In the first of what will be a series of countrywide rallies, the first lady said Friday that Mugabe could be fielded in next year's election as a corpse. But for now, I think I can't say so.

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The nonagenarian has been endorsed by his governing Zanu-PF party as its candidate for elections next year, when he'll be 94. In recent years, there have been multiple rumors about his death and an intense jostling for power and position among leading members of his ruling Zanu-PF party for the chance to succeed him when he dies. In her response to the dubious degree, she said that she did it by Grace, since her name was Grace., Efforts to get a comment, on whether Grace Mugabe had even held a Grade Three science text book, which makes it clear that boys can not get pregnant were fruitless.

President Mugabe is shown a picture book carrying artistic images by Zimbabwean artists by Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda while Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa looks on at Munhumutapa Building.

But Ruhanya, the political analyst, emphasizes that Mugabe is an aging president with health problems and Zimbabweans can't help but ponder a future without him.

A year on, Mugabe supporters are poised to celebrate his 93rd birthday with another official party planned for thousands of people on Saturday in Matabeleland in the south. The economic crisis triggered a wave of protests previous year.


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