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Report reaching us now at ODOGWU MEDIA says President Robert Mugabe has refuse to give in to the military planned coup, insists he is the only legitimate ruler of Zimbabwe. an intelligence source revealed on Thursday.
The source revealed that Mugabe has refused the mediation by a catholic priest to allow the 93-year-old former guerrilla a graceful exit after a military coup.The priest was acting as a middle-man between Mugabe and the Generals who took over power. a senior political source told Reuters. Although the source was not clear in his report but it appear that the talks might end in smooth or bloodless transition after the stepping down of Mugabe.Recall that since independence in 1980 Mugabe has remain their president, but still seen by some Africans as a Hero
But the Zimbabwean intelligence reports seen by Reuters suggest that former security chief, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was dethroned  as vice-president this month, has been spearheading  a post-Mugabe vision with the military and opposition for more than a year. It is now obvious that the plan is rolling into action. Meanwhile the opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai who is currently receiving cancer treatment in South-Africa and Britain returned to Harare on Wednesday his spokesman revealed. In telephone conversation between Mugabe and south-Africa president Jecob Zuma the latter told him that he was retrained in his house but assures Zuma that he is fine.
Although the people of Zimbabwe still has some admiration for the president but refuse to feel a thing for the president's wife Grace a former typist who found her way up by having affair with president in early 1990s as his first wife Sally was dying of cancer..
Dubbed “DisGrace” or “Gucci Grace” on account of her reputed love of shopping, she enjoyed a meteoric rise through the ranks of Mugabe’s ruling ZANU-PF in the last two years, culminating in Mnangagwa’s removal a week ago, a move seen as clearing the way for her to succeed her husband.
In addition to what is taking place now in Zimbabwe, the political drama and the people are watching, the street remained calm as people go about their normal activities.But the military were seen all round the street, some in a strategic places armed with armored cars.
The would is watching as this drama unfolds but whatever the outcome might be it will signal a once-in-a-generation change for the former British colony, a regional breadbasket reduced to nothing by economic policies Mugabe’s critics have long blamed on him.(NAN)
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