‘Call us junta’: civilian ‘dogs’ can bark but ‘army will always rule Zim’
Vice-president vows with army officers as cabinet ministers and legislators, the military will always be in charge
The presidency in Zimbabwe says the military will always rule the country and a civilian will never take the top office.
Vice-president Kembo Mohadi, a retired colonel, proudly quipped: “People call us junta”, while addressing senior government workers and cabinet ministers at a function in the border town of Beitbridge on Friday.
“The president is a war veteran, [first] vice-president Constantino Chiwenga is a soldier, and I’m a soldier. We will rule not minding what the media says,” said Mohadi...