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Zimbabwe: After His Dismissal, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Finally Breaks Silence

Zimbabwe Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was yesterday caught on camera praying with one eye open. With the previous history of poisoning and high level of suspicion within the ruling party “The Crocodile” as the VP is popularly known has had to be more vigilant. The photograph was taken at the burial of Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti at the National Heroes Acre yesterday.

Mnagagwa was allegedly poisoned at a rally in Gwanda in August and was airlifted to South Africa for emergency treatment. There was rumor that he had been poisoned after consuming ice cream from Mugabe’s farm. This seemed to ruffle the Mugabes who came out guns blazing, defending their ice cream business.

Former Zim Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has broken his silence over his dismissal yesterday.

In a short tweet on his page, Mnangagwa said he is going to redirect the trajectory of the country.

“am touched& humbled by the overwhelming messages of solidarity from fmr colleagues, international diplomats &you the citizens. thank you,” he tweeted.

“i have an inherent passion to serve my country so be assured of my pledge to play my part in redirecting the trajectory of our country.”

 

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