- Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe was 'rushed' to Singapore after his blood pressure rose dangerously
- This is not the first time Mugabe visits the country for medical reasons
- Zimbabwe is yet to make an official statement on Mugabe's health
A source said the former president left Zimbabwe two weeks ago after his blood pressure rose to dangerous levels.
Former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is reported to have travelled to Singapore for medical treatment.
Eyewitness news stated that the Zimbabwean's blood pressure reached dangerously high levels.
Apparently, Mugabe went to Singapore two weeks ago after the blood pressure spike.
The country did not give any official news about Mugabe's health yet.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Mugabe's wife accompanied him and is still with him.
A report by News24 stated that Mugabe was in fact "rushed" to Singapore two weeks ago. It seems his health has been on a serious decline.
He has been to Singapore before to treat his eye for a cataract and to have medical check-ups.
The former president has been out of the limelight since he lost power over Zimbabwe. The former president is said to be very bitter over how he was ousted.
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