Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe says that the way he was taken out of office last year 2017 in November was a “coup d’etat”.
This was Robert’s first TV interview ever since he left his office as the president of Zimbabwe.
During the interview Mugabe said: “I say it was a coup d’etat although some people have refused to call it that.”
Zimbabweans we must undo this disgrace which we have imposed on ourselves, for our country doesn’t deserve it,” Robert Said.
Robert said that he did not hate his successor President Mnangagwa, 75, but insisted he would not work with him and suggested that his presidency was “illegal” and “unconstitutional”.
“People must be chosen in government in a proper way. I’m willing to discuss, willing to assist in that process – but I must be invited,” he said.
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