UN Organisation Blamed for Mnangagwa's Address to Empty Seats

Vice president in the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, Obert Gutu, says the West are to blame for the empty seats seen during the UN General Assembly address by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Vice president in the opposition, Movement for Democratic Change Obert Gutu says the UN General Assembly sessions in New York need to be reorganised after footage of President Emmerson Mnangagwa addressing a mostly empty room caused a stir.

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