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Resignation letter of Robert Mugabe released


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President Robert Mugabe at long last surrendered to strain to give up control on Tuesday, November 21 with a letter to Zimbabwe's parliament. His renunciation has been welcomed with wild celebration over the whole nation with many saying they are currently free from his 37-year clutch control and asserted autocracy. 

As indicated by Aljazeera, the letter from the 93-year-old Mugabe came exactly when the nation's parliament started prosecution procedures against him. Read the full letter dated November 21, 2017, and routed to Honorable Jacob Mudenda, the speaker. Notice of acquiescence as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe as far as the arrangements of segment 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe, correction number 20, 2013. Following my verbal correspondence with the Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda at 13:53 hours, 21st November, 2017 hinting my expectation to leave as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, I, Robert Gabriel Mugabe as far as area 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe thusly formally delicate my abdication as the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe with quick impact. 

My choice to leave is intentional on my part and emerges from my anxiety for the welfare of the general population of Zimbabwe and may want to guarantee a smooth, tranquil and peaceful exchange of energy that supports national security, peace, and strength. 

Benevolently give open notice of my abdication as quickly as time permits as required by area 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe. Yours steadfastly, Robert Gabriel Mugabe President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

Source: Naija Ng


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