FORMER ZIMBABWEAN PRESIDENT MUGABE DESCRIBES OFFICE DEPATURE ‘COUP D’ETAT’

Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has described his departure from office last November as a “coup d’etat” that must be undone in his first television interview since leaving office.

The ninety-four year old said he did not hate his successor President Mnangagwa but insisted he would not work with him and suggested that his presidency was “illegal” and “unconstitutional”.

Presidential polls are due by the end of August in which Mnangagwa will face his first major electoral test.

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