Sources close to Robert and Grace Mugabe confirm that openly told Mugabe that she would file for divorce after the ousted nonagenarian leader wept uncontrollably saying he misses late wife Sally Hayfron and late son Nhamodzenyika.
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The South African born former typist and ex-wife of airforce officer Stanely Goreraza angrily voiced concerns over her marriage after Mugabe is reported to have offered to trade his wife in order to retain power.
“She’s been very upset ever since and has been losing a lot of weight,” said a woman close to the family. “She thinks she has been betrayed by her husband and their marriage beyond repair.”
Mugabe agreed to step down after negotiations with the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) which were mediated by Roman Catholic Priest, Father Fidelis Mukonori, among other people.
As part of the deal to step down, Mugabe was granted immunity for any crimes that he may have been committed while he was in office. Mugabe was also guaranteed that his family would be allowed to retain all its assets. Mugabe said that he wants to die in Zimbabwe and that he does not wish to go into exile.