Mugabe munches mielies while Zimbabwe protests

Mugabe munches mielies while Zimbabwe protests

- Mugabe's spokesperson, George Charamba, reveals what Mugabe was doing while his nation was protesting

- He has also confirmed that Mugabe will not be stepping down

- Mugabe has missed the Monday 12PM deadline to resign en the Zanu-PF have started their impeachment proceedings

Mugabe munches mielies while Zimbabwe protests

Mugabe munches mielies while Zimbabwe protests

There have been a lot of crazy reports the last while about the chaos in Zimbabwe. What was revealed today might just provide the relief you need from the whole situation, or it could possibly make you angrier. This is the story of Mugabe and his mielies.

It has been reported that Mugabe was having a nice day with his friend on Saturday while the nation protested. George Charamba, Mugabe’s spokesperson, revealed some rather funny details about the president.

Charamba says Mugabe was reminiscing about his school days in the 1930’s and anthropology and its effect on the “colonial perception Africans and their intellect.” He says during their conversation they were “munching on maize.”

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He also confirmed that Mugabe would not be stepping down. He persists that the coup non-coup are not after Mugabe, but rather after the Zanu-PF members that are isolating the president from his wartime friends.

Briefly.co.za learned from The South African that all this news has come to light after the announcement on Sunday where the whole world was under the impression that Mugabe would step down. Instead the dictator delivered one last blow to the world.

Mugabe has missed the official 12PM deadline to resign on Monday. The Zanu-PF has confirmed that they have started their impeachment proceedings towards Mugabe.

The only questions now are how long this will take and whether things will stay peaceful in the country until then.

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Source: Politics.briefly.co.za

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