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Mugabe Unable to Walk; In Singapore for Two Months – Mnangagwa

Former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe is now unable to walk and has been in Singapore over the past two months for medical attention. This was revealed by current President Emmerson Mnangagwa Saturday while addressing a Zanu PF rally at Murombedzi Growth Point in Mashonaland West province. The rally is the first of a series meant to thank voters for backing him and the ruling Zanu PF party in the bitterly disputed July 30 elections.

According to Mnangagwa, Mugabe has been in the Asian island city-state of Singapore over the past two months for medical attention. Mnangagwa told the gathering at Murombedzi that, Mugabe, now 94 years old, is no longer able to walk, adding that the government would continue to look after him. The veteran leader was, however on the mend and now expected back home at the end of the month.

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