Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe is currently not well and is in Singapore where he is receiving medical treatment.
His successor Emmerson Mnangagwa said he was making sure the former leader who turned 95 in February was well taken care of.
“He has not been feeling well. At the age of 95, I think he is reasonably in good health. Currently he is not in the country. He left on April 2 to Singapore, he will be away for about 29 days and he will come back,” Mnangagwa said in an interview with state-controlled media on Saturday.
“I am making sure that I do the facilitation for him to receive treatment, take him to Singapore and to bring him back, all the facilities, I make sure that it is done.”
Not much has been known about Mugabe’s movements until Mnangagwa revealed he was out of the country for medical treatment.
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