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Zimbabwe Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Poisoned and in critical condition

Breaking news: Vice President Emerson Mnangagwa was vomiting blood & became unconscious after eating poisoned ice cream from President Mugabe’s company, Gushungo Diaries. He was airlifted to Gweru.

One of the helicopters left the youth interface rally carrying VP Emerson Mnangagwa who started vomiting heavily. Suspected poisoning.

Mnangagwa poisoned…. airlifted to
Gweru… Chiwenga intervenes on

We are getting reports that there has
been an alleged assassination attempt
on Vice President Emmerson
Mnangagwa in Gwanda today after he
started complaining of massive chest
pains, while sitting at the high table,
shortly after having a meal with other
high level government delegates.

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
Although its not clear what type of
food he ate, a close ally of the Vice
President told Nehanda Radio that
Mnangagwa had ice cream (for
dessert) from Gushungo Dairy which is
owned by President Robert Mugabe
and his wife Grace and supplies the
Alpha Omega dairy range.
One of his aides confirmed to
Nehanda Radio that Mnangagwa
began vomiting blood and lost
consciousness. He was first taken to a
Gwanda Hospital for treatment but
aides insist it was clear there was no
motivation to treat to him properly
and army general Constantine
Chiwenga intervened by directing that
an airforce helicopter take him to
Claybank Hospital in Gweru.

“He is fine. He walked from the
helicopter into the hospital,” another
source told us.
There is a suggestion he might be flown
to South Africa for further treatment
as a precaution.
President Mugabe and alongside
dozens of Zanu PF bigwigs was at the
Pelandaba Stadium in Gwanda today
for the so-called Presidential Youth
Interface Rallies in Matebeleland
More details as we get them…….


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