Chamisa Speaks on Alleged Deal With Grace Mugabe
Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has denied claims that he promised former first lady Grace Mugabe a vice presidential post in exchange for her support in his bid to form a new government. Addressing his supporters at a rally, Chamisa accused Zimbabwe's ruling party of misleading the public and tormenting the Mugabe family.
Former president Robert Mugabe and former first lady Grace Mugabe (file photo).
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