HEADLINE Mugabe fired as ruling party leader


Mugabe fired as ruling party leader

By Li Zhiwei | People's Daily App

19:55, November 19, 2017


Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe addresses supporters gathered at his party headquarters to show support to his wife becoming the party's next Vice President after the dismissal of Mnangagwa, Nov. 08. Photo: VCG

(People's Daily) - Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe was dismissed as the leader of ruling ZANU-PF party on November 19, multiple media reports said, as pressure intensifies for him to step down as president.

"He has been expelled," one of delegates said. 

"Mnangagwa is our new leader," Three other delegates confirmed Mugabe's dismissal.

Ex-vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, who had been fired by Mr Mugabe two weeks ago, has been appointed as the first secretary and president of the party. 

The emergency meeting is also recalling first lady Grace Mugabe as head of the women's league "forever." 

The motion is yet to be formalized but will be complete shortly, reports said.

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