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Landing In New York For UNGA, President Mugabe Faced Yellings From ‘Anti- Mugabe’ Protesters (Video+Photos)

Protesters for and against Zimbabwean President, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, have been dynamic in New York as the  President and his company touched down at the airport for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

The 93-year-old and his entourage numbering more than 70 plus few media reporters left Harare on Saturday evening and got to New York on Sunday evening prior Tuesday’s opening of the General Assembly.

Pro-Mugabe activists far outnumbered the other party. Some of the messages on their placards were: ‘Mugabe is right, 2018 victory is certain.’ However the Anti-Mugabe protesters were bold and opened with their feelings, yelling Mugabe must go


On their part, some of the messages on the anti-Mugabe placards included: ‘Mugabe must go,’ ‘We love Zimbabwe but we are ashamed of the government,’ and ‘Free all political activists.’


Written by How Africa

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