Generals Want Mnangagwa To Run For Maximum Of Two Terms

Generals from the Zimbabwe Defence Forces are reported to be keen on the presidents of the country to serve a maximum of two terms only, starting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa. According to Reuters, the generals want Mnangagwa to serve for two terms before handing power over to former Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) commander and current Vice President Constantino Chiwenga. Chiwenga, in turn, is supposed to be in power for only two terms before handing power over to another general.

The generals want to avoid the spectre of another long-term president like Mnangagwa’s predecessor, former president Robert Mugabe who ruled the country for 37 years until he was forced to step down in November following a military intervention by the ZDF.

Intelligence reports quoted by Reuters say:

The generals want Mnangagwa to run for one or two terms before handing over to Chiwenga. They want Chiwenga to be in power for two terms before handing over to the next general to be announced.

More: Reuters


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2 comments on “Generals Want Mnangagwa To Run For Maximum Of Two Terms

  1. Do the generals are predicting the outcome of free and clear elections
    Let me prophesy God will not be mocked
    He will tolerate his people being chastened for walking away from Him and His plans for them but when those he has used to chastise begin to think that they can walk in His authority and take power then God will act and great will be His anger against these men of violence and great will be His vengeance against them and He will wipe them out that none shall know them and their seed will cease to be and their names shall be no more known in the earth.
    And one will rise up and lead His people a strong man, a man of peace and Zimbabwe will have peace and rejoice and praise the name of the Lord

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