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Emmerson Mnangagwa to be sworn in as Zimbabwe President on Friday. - ZANU-PF

Emmerson Mnangagwa photo. PHOTO | FILE

Zimbabwe national party ZANU-PF has today given a press statement saying the newly appointed leader and former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in on Friday as the new Zimbabwe president.


The country has undergone several electoral challenges since independence with Robert Mugabe stuck on the throne.  The acting president Emmerson Mnangagwa said he welcomes the move and vowed to serve the people of Zimbabwe free, inclusive and fair.


He said that the Zimbabwe electoral agency will be reinstated and be reformed to have new elections like the other African countries.  The Zimbabwe coup that dropped Robert Mugabe hit the world as the most peaceful coup to occur in the world.



Tunisia, Egypt, Togo, Ivory Coast in the North and West Africa have passed through difficult situations due to political stagnation. Gambia, Burundi, and Congo are also experiencing the same in Central Africa while South African countries Zimbabwe has also passed the democracy stagnation. East African countries are yet to see the results of democracy stagnation as most of the East African president things that Presidency can be rotated in specific people and communities.




The Kenyas former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Rwanda President Paul Kagame, South African President Jacob Zuma and Tanzania President Pombe Maghufuli received the early invitations to the state ceremony in Harare.


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