Simbabwe: Präsident schildert Flucht durch Minenfeld


Der seit November 2017 amtierende Präsident Simbabwes, Emmerson Mnangagwa, schilderte gegenüber der Zeitung "Zimbabwe Herald" vor einigen Tagen, wie er aus Angst vor Verfolgung durch Minenfelder ins benachbarte Mosambik floh. Hoffentlich werden diesen Worten Taten zur intensiveren Räumung der unzähligen Landminen folgen. (auf Englisch)


Mnangagwa spricht in ein Mikrofon

Emmerson Mnangagwa von UN Geneva unter CC BY 2.0

(14.01.2018)

Quelle: The Herald

President Mnangagwa yesterday narrated how he escaped the clutches of people who wanted to eliminate him, including his tortuous journey through landmine territory in neighbouring Mozambique before landing in South Africa.

The Head of State and Government opened up on the previously unknown details of his “great escape” while addressing Zimbabweans resident in Angola yesterday. He also took the opportunity to announce that he no longer has traces of poison in his body after his doctors gave him a clean bill of health last week.

Chronicling how he escaped into Mozambique after he was warned of a plot to eliminate him, the President said he had to walk for long hours, in some cases taking precautions to avoid possible landmines.

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