Robert Mugabe to meet head of Zimbabwean armed forces

Nov 20, 2017| Courtesy by : http://www.dailymail.co.uk

The end is nigh: Robert Mugabe to meet head of Zimbabwean armed forces today as speculation mounts he will resign after thousands take to the streets demanding end to his bloody 37-year reign

  • Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is set to discuss his expected exit with the army commander on Sunday
  • The meeting also is expected to reinstate vice president whose firing led the military to step in two weeks ago
  • It follows rumours that the dictator had fled the country after hundreds of thousands protested his rule 
  • Video shows crowds tearing down a billboard of Mugabe outside Zanu-PF headquarters in central Harare
  • Generals tell dictator they will not shoot fellow Zimbabweans as his own Zanu – PF party now expels him   

Clinging to his now-powerless post, longtime Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is set to discuss his expected exit with the army commander who put him under house arrest.

And a day after huge crowds rallied in the capital for Mugabe to go, the ruling party’s Central Committee is expected to meet Sunday on demands by provincial branches to recall Mugabe as party leader.

The meeting also is expected to reinstate the vice president whose firing nearly two weeks ago led the military to step in.

Mugabe’s talks with army commander Constantino Chiwenga are the second round of negotiations on an exit with a veneer of dignity as the military tries to avoid accusations of a coup. This time, the talks do not appear to include a South African government delegation 

The meeting follows rumours that the dictator had fled the country after hundreds of thousands took to the streets to protest against his rule.

Video footage from protests obtained exclusively by MailOnline showed angry crowds tearing down a huge billboard of Mugabe outside the headquarters of the ruling Zanu-PF party in central Harare. 

 

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