Ex-President Robert Mugabe Blasts Successor, Calls Him A Disgrace

Ex-President Robert Mugabe Blasts Successor, Calls Him A Disgrace

The former Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, has in a recent comment blasted his successor stating that he is nothing but a disgrace.

The former Zimbabwean leader who was forced out of office and subsequently replaced with Emmerson Mnangagwa stated that he never knew his former Vice President who was sacked during his rule would turn against him.

Speaking in an interview broadcast on Thursday, 94-year-old Mugabe stated: “I never thought he whom I had nurtured and brought into government and whose life I worked so hard in prison to save as he was threatened with hanging, that one day he would be the man who would turn against me.”

Speaking during the interview with South African state broadcaster SABC, Mugabe stated that he was ousted from power in a “military takeover” which allowed for Mnangagwa to assume the office of the presidency illegally.”

He maintained: “I don’t hate Emmerson, I brought him into government. But he must be proper, he is improper where he is. Illegal.

“We must undo this disgrace, which we have imposed on ourselves. We don’t deserve it.”