Zimbabwe: “I Cannot Vote For Those Who Tormented Me”–Mugabe

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe, who was ousted by the military last November, made a surprise intervention Sunday on the eve of key elections, calling for voters to throw his old party out of office. He also vowed to never vote for his erstwhile associate and successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the presidential election. “For the first time ever we have now a long list of aspirants to power,” Mugabe said, vowing, “I cannot vote for those who tormented me… I will make my choice among the other 22 (candidates) but it is a long list.” In his first live appearance since being forced to

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