Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has promised President Emmerson Mnangagwa a “lucrative pension package” should he win the forthcoming polls, a privately owned-newspaper has said.
The Daily News quoted the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance presidential candidate as saying that Mnangagwa would be the “happiest person because we are going to to give him a lucrative pension”.
Zimbabwe was set to go to the polls on July 30. These would be the first elections to be held without the participation of longtime leader Robert Mugabe.
Mugabe, 94, was forced to resign last November after holding power in the Southern African nation for over 37 years.