President Robert Mugabe is planning to name his 24-year-old daughter as his successor as president of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwean’s fear that president Robert Mugabe has plans to turn his dictatorship into a monarchy by getting his daughter to succeed him.
Earlier this week, photographs showing Bona Mugabe as part of a state delegation (led by her father) that held talks with Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe, emerged.
The move is said to have sparked a flurry of criticisms from opposition parties and political analysts. A ZANU-PF spokesman, however, claims that the move was not politically motivated.
Times reports that, news of Mrs. Grace Mugabe’s who was promoted to a senior position within ZANU-PF and fingered as Mugabe’s possible successor has suffered health challenges for a while now, forcing Mugabe (who is sick himself) to turn to his 24-year-old daughter Bona.