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President-designate Of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa Expected To Land In The Country At Around Noon

The First Secretary of Zanu-PF and president-designate of the Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to land in the country at around midday. Mnangagwa is expected to succeed former president Robert Mugabe who resigned as head of state on Tuesday.

He expected to land at Manyame Airbase, which is adjacent to the newly renamed Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport. Mnangagwa fled into exile after he was fired from the government and from Zanu-PF by Mugabe almost a fortnight ago. However, Mugabe was forced to resign when he lost support from all quarters starting with the military, then  Zanu-PF and finally parliament. When Mugabe sent his letter of resignation, the Senate and the House of Assembly were in a joint sitting to impeach Mugabe.


Activist Acie Lumumba, real name William Mutumanje, has advised that there is free transport available for those who are free “to welcome the leader of this new dispensation” at Engen Service Station.


Lumumba shared this:


Please be advised that His Excellency, The First Secretary of ZANU PF and President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Comrade Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa will be jetting in today at 12 noon.

When the History books are recorded,be remembered as one of the people that came to welcome the leader of this new dispensation.

Let’s throng the airport and be counted among the citizens that will first shake hands with new Head of State, the famous and much-loved crocodile.

*NB:*Transport will be provided to the airport and the after party.
Assembly point – ENGEN SERVICE STATION ( 4th Street and Speke)
Time- 11am sharp


For more info contact :
Blaz Stavo on
+263 77 276 9853


Written by How Africa

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