President Emmerson Mnangagwa was a national hero when he led troops to overthrow Robert Mugabe who had been at the helm of Zimbabwe for nearly four decades. But this man was no stranger to the Zimbabwean voters. He ruled the former Southern Rhodesia alongside Mugabe and agreed to literally everything that old Bob did. He supported every single decision imposed on the people of Zimbabwe, until it became clear that he was not Mugabe’s preferred candidate to take over the reigns of power. That is the moment that Mr Mnangagwa became a ‘good man’. Suddenly, he saw the problems that the citizens of that country were facing and the economic doldrum that Zimbabwe had been in for years. Suddenly, his…...

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