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Friday, December 29, 2017

Former President Mugabe To Receive $10m Retirement Package +Details Included

Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday.




Mugabe will also be entitled to at least 20 staffers including six personal security guards, all paid for from state coffers, according to details of the benefits published in The Herald newspaper.


The 93-year-old, who quit last month under popular pressure following a military takeover, is the first beneficiary of the generous measures unveiled Wednesday by new President Emmerson Mnangagwa.


No monetary details were spelt out, but the country's constitution stipulates that an ex-president is entitled to a pension equivalent to the salary of a sitting president.


Local independent media reported last month that Mugabe was granted a $10-million (R123,6m) retirement bonus as part of a deal to persuade him to eventually resign. The government denied the claims.


As part of the new package, Mugabe will have three cars -- a Mercedes Benz S500 Series or an equivalent class of sedan, an all-terrain station wagon and a pickup van -- which will be replaced every five years.

The government will also pay for fuel.

Mugabe and his wife will be entitled to diplomatic passports. The couple can go on four first-class air or train trips within Zimbabwe and four trips abroad on a private plane.

Mugabe will also be awarded a fully-furnished official residence anywhere in the capital Harare, in addition to bills and entertainment allowances.

Health insurance for the former leader, his spouse and dependants is also included in the raft of benefits.

Mugabe resigned on November 21 after his party expelled him and parliament began proceedings to impeach him in the wake of a military intervention.


His 37-year tenure was marked by accusations of rights abuses, electoral fraud and economic ineptitude.

He was replaced by his long-time ally Mnangagwa, who had fallen out with Mugabe after the president sided with his 52-year-old wife Grace in a bitter feud.

from AFP

6 comments:

  1. They syi5ll want to give him benefit, mtcheeeewwww

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  2. At age 93 yet? Nawa o




    *Larry was here*

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  3. Chai see enjoyment na.. hope dey continue all these things dey have stated

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  4. Enuf enjoyment for him. Next thing now Buharee will want to implement same in Nigeria so he can reap it for life
    Funny pics up there though. Someone (his wife) can tell the president to speak to the hand? Oriegwu

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  5. Seriously! Yeye dey smell.

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  6. ... The only issue is that thoughts of being out of power may make him not to enjoy all those, considering his age...

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