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Saturday, 29 July 2017


GISTSMARK.COM - President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe on Saturday said he was not venturing down nor biting the dust and that there was nobody with his political stature who could instantly assume control from him.

The 93-year-old pioneer has been in control in the previous British settlement since autonomy in 1980.

His wellbeing is nearly viewed by Zimbabweans, who fear the nation could confront disorder in the event that he passes on without blessing a successor.

Mugabe told a huge number of supporters at a rally in the town of Chinhoyi, in his home region, that specialists were as of late shocked by his "solid bone framework."

He has headed out to Singapore three times this year for what authorities say is normal restorative treatment.

"There is the issue that the president is going. I am not going," Mugabe told supporters on the grounds of a nearby college, 100 km west of the capital Harare.

"The president is kicking the bucket. I am not biting the dust. I will have a sickness all over yet bodywise, all my inside organs … firm, exceptionally solid," Mugabe said as he leant on the platform.

Mugabe had strolled onto the stage gradually however without help.

The issue of who will succeed Mugabe has profoundly isolated the decision party, with two groups supporting Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Mugabe's better half Grace.

On Thursday, Grace tested Mugabe to name his favored successor, to end divisions over the future authority of ZANU-PF.

She rehashed the approach Saturday, including that Mugabe would lead the procedure to pick his inevitable successor.

Mugabe said albeit some gathering authorities needed to succeed him, he saw nobody among his subordinates with his political clout to keep the gathering joined together and fight off a test from the primary restriction Movement for Democratic Change.

"Another man won't have an indistinguishable stature and a similar acknowledgment from I host figured out how to secure for the get-together finished the years," said Mugabe.

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