Axed VP Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday reportedly went into hiding in one of his closets in Harare following threats to his life as State security agents blocked him from leaving the country for neighbouring Mozambique via Mutare’s Forbes Border Post.
His family confirmed last night that the former vice president Mnangagwa had sought refuge at a private home after receiving death threats from suspected State security agents.
This also came amid reports that Emmerson Mnangagwa attempted to fly to South Africa on a private jet after developing stress-related oesophagitis and gastritis likely triggered by his expulsion from the government on Monday.
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