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Stalemate In Zimbabwe As ZANU-PF Elects New Leader

There seems to be stalemate in Zimbabwe as the ruling party ZANU-PF denies the coup-de-tat as carried out by the country's Army.

In a statement by the party leadership says there is only an intervention due to the undermining of the constitution

"Zimbabwe has not had a coup. There has been a decision to intervene because our constitution had been undermined, in the interim Comrade E Mnagngawa will be president of ZANU PF as per the constitution of our revolutionary organisation."

— ZANU PF (@zanu_pf)November 15, 2017

With the above, there may be serious standoff in the country as there maybe clash between the political party and the army. Other factions are also of the view that the takeover was supported by the Mnagngawa faction of ZANU-PF, thus installing him as the new president of Zimbabwe.

Details soon.

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