Mugabe will not vote for ZANU PF

Mugabe will not vote for ZANU PF
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Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe says he won't back his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in Monday's presidential poll.
Mugabe held a media conference at his residence in Harare Sunday afternoon.
The press conference was aimed at "expressing his feelings on tomorrow's elections".
The former Zimbabwean president said he only resigned to avoid conflict and bloodshed and he did it for the people. Mugabe was removed from power in November 2017 during a military coup led by current Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mnangagwa is contesting Monday's elections as the ZANU PF presidential candidate. Mugabe also dismissed talks that he wanted his wife Grace Mugabe as ZANU PF presidential candidate.
He added that he wants his Grace to be his Grace. The former president denied ever making any deal with MDC Alliance's presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa and cited that he does not know Chamisa.
Mugabe called for free and fair elections and asked Zimbabweans to accept the results as they are.