Zimbabwean journalist cannot contain her joy and bursts into tears hearing Mugabe has resigned

Zimbabwean journalist cannot contain her joy and bursts into tears hearing Mugabe has resigned

- The Zimbabwean born journalist was forced out of the country after Mugabe declared her and her colleagues enemies of the state

- She had worked for Zimbabwe's first independent radio station

- She was overcome with emotion as she described how much this moment meant to her

Georgina Godwin fled from Zimbabwe for what she thought would only be six months after Mugabe declared her and her fellow journalists, who worked at Zimbabwe's first independent radio station, enemies of the state.

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Briefly.co.za learned from socialsa.co.za that Godwin was invited onto a talk show to discuss the historic moment in Africa when she broke down in tears describing how she has been waiting for this moment for 17 years ever since she was forced to leave her home.

The emotional interview shows how much this meant to Georgina and revealed that she had began to lose hope that Mugabe would ever go. Her entire focus of her career was to see Mugabe finally step down.

Mugabe resigned shortly after the Zimbabwean parliament began the impeachment process against him. He had stubbornly refused to step down despite pressure from his people, the army and his own party the Zanu-PF who had expelled him and his alliGeorgina Godwin fled from Zimbabwe for what she thought would only be six months after Mugabe declared her and her fellow journalists, who worked at Zimbabwe's first independent radio station, enemies of the state.

She was invited onto a talk show to discuss the historic moment in Africa when she broke down in tears describing how she has been waiting for this moment for 17 years ever since she was forced to leave her home.

The emotional interview shows how much this meant to Georgina and revealed that she had begun to lose hope that Mugabe would ever go. Her entire focus of her career was to see Mugabe finally step down.

Mugabe resigned shortly after the Zimbabwean parliament began the impeachment process against him. He had stubbornly refused to step down despite pressure from his people, the army and his own party the Zanu-PF who had expelled him and his allies on Sunday, including his wife Grace Mugabe.

READ ALSO: Mnangagwa told Mugabe: 'I won't return home until my security is guaranteed'

Emmerson Mnangagwa has been appointed the new party president after the Zanu-PF Central Committee removed Mugabe.

Many people are not sure what might happen next in Zimbabwe but the people are celebrating in the streets of Harare tonight.es on Sunday, including his wife Grace Mugabe.

Emmerson Mnangagwa has been appointed the new party president after the Zanu-PF Central Committee removed Mugabe.

Many people are not sure what might happen next in Zimbabwe but the people are celebrating in the streets of Harare tonight.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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