Mugabe is at the head of Zimbabwe since 1980
The ruling party of Zimbabwe has decided to nominate incumbent head of state 92-year-old Robert Mugabe for a new term.
According to him, the official nomination will take place this week at the annual party conference.
She described the reign of Mugabe as an example of “the wisdom and unity.”
Mugabe has been ruling the country since 1980 (first as Prime Minister, and since 1987 – President).
Last time he confirmed his status in the presidential elections in 2013, despite allegations of irregularities during the voting.
Earlier, Mugabe said he was ready to rule until they die. He stressed that he is ready to retire, if that was the will of his party.
To address Mugabe’s accusations of the dictatorship and oppression of the opposition, which he denies.
In September the dictator unveiled a monument to himself.
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