BREAKING NEWS: Mugabe ‘goes missing’ as thousands march to end the bloody dictator’s 37-year reign – but his nephew says he has NO intention of standing down

Saturday, November 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

During his rule any opposition to his rule was brutally crushed but crowds were defiant on streets
Crowd voiced support for sacked vice-president Emmanuel ‘Crocodile’ Mnangagwa, favourite to take over
Formerly loyal party members openly called Mr Mugabe a ‘dictator’ and war veterans gave him 24 hours to go
Mugabe himself remained defiant in his Blue Roof mansion with his wife Grace, who is widely hated

18 November 2017

Robert Mugabe is ‘shaken, tired and dejected’ and has been desperately asking members of his family for advice about whether he should resign, one of the dictator’s nephews told MailOnline, as rumours spread that he had gone missing from his mansion.

One of Mr Mugabe’s bodyguards told MailOnline that he had fled his Blue Roof home which was now occupied only by the military, though this has not yet been independently confirmed.

A separate source said the despot was last seen at about 6:53am today and that his phone has been unreachable ever since.

However, one of his nephew’s, Patrick Zhuwao, said the dictator ready to die for what is correct’ and have no intention of stepping down in in order to legitimize this week’s military coup.

Thousands of people took to the streets of Harare today in a historic show of unity to demand an end to the 37-year reign of dictator Robert Mugabe.

Military helicopters flew low overhead as huge crowds marched into the centre of the city, waving Zimbabwean flags and chanting ‘remove the dictator’ and ‘Mugabe, our country is not your property’.

Some also shouted ‘Ngwena, Ngwena’, or ‘Crocodile, Crocodile’, in support of sacked vice-president Emmanuel ‘Crocodile’ Mnangagwa, the favourite to become the next leader.

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