- Robert Mugabe is in Singapore, receiving treatment as his health is failing
- The former Zimbabwean leader would have returned to his country in October, but his health delayed him
- Emmerson Mnangagwa, the current Zimbabwean leader, says Mugabe is unable to walk but they will continue taking care of him
Zimbabwe's former leader, Robert Mugabe, who is now 94, is so sick that he cannot walk.
This is according to the current Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
eNCA reports that Mugabe has been in Singapore for the last two months, receiving medical treatment.
Mnangagwa told residents in Mugabe's village, Murombedzi, that the former leader is expected back in the country by the end of November.
Mugabe would have returned on the 15th of October, but his failing health kept him in Singapore longer than planned.
We have just received a message that he is better now and will return on November 30. He can no longer walk but we will continue taking care of him.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Mnangagwa did not go into detail what kind of treatment Mugabe was receiving.
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