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These Four African Countries Are Solidly Behind Ex-President Mugabe- Call Him To Retire Into Any Of Them

With Robert Mugabe now a footnote in his country’s history, it may just be time to open the Zimbabwean borders and bid him farewell into exile.

And there’ll probably be no shortage of countries whose leaders will open their arms to welcome the old man of African politics.

1. South Africa

Jacob Zuma is one person Mugabe can always call friend.

South African President Jacob Zuma listens at a press conference with President Robert Mugabe in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 3,2016. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Zuma and Mugabe also share depraved values and all. Not a bad exile destination, huh?

2. Uganda

Over 31 years as president? That’s something that Mugabe would be proud of.

President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda is aged 73, while the current law blocks candidates over 75President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda is aged 73, while the current law blocks candidates over 75

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And both men could spend plenty of time with the other under the moonlight, telling tales of longevity in office and sit-tight leadership.

3. Cameroon

Like Mugabe, Paul Biya doesn’t intend to leave office any time soon. He’s been Cameroon president for 35 years—just two years shy of Mugabe’s record.

Cameroon's President Paul Biya has halted the trial of leaders of the nation's English-speaking minorityCameroon’s President Paul Biya has halted the trial of leaders of the nation’s English-speaking minority. Biya wouldn’t mind asking Mugabe how he made it to 37, while listening attentively at the feet of Robert.

4. Equatorial Guinea

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is another strong man of African dictatorship who would love a Mugabe company.

Obiang of Equatorial Guinea

Obiang beats Mugabe’s record. He’s been in power for 38 years and Mugabe would love to hear how he did it without being greeted with protesters on the streets and soldiers pointing guns to his head. Other countries whose leaders rig elections and crackdown on dissent like Chad’s Idriss Deby and Sudan’s Umar al-Bashir could also be happy campers for Mugabe

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