Former Zimbabwean strongman, Robert Mugabe has been receiving medical treatment in Singapore for the last two months and is no longer able to walk.

His successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa disclosed this within the weekend.

94-year-old Mugabe, who ruled the country for nearly 40 years since independence from Britain in 1980, was forced to resign in November 2017 after an army coup.

Mnangagwa told ruling ZANU-PF supporters at a rally in Murombedzi, that his predecessor had been due to return on October 15 but that his poor health had delayed the journey.

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He did not say what treatment Mugabe had been undergoing.

“We have just received a message that he is better now and will return on November 30. He can no longer walk but we will continue taking care of him,” Mnangagwa said, referring to Mugabe by his totem name Gushungo.

During his later years in power, Mugabe made several medical trips to Singapore.

Officials often said he was being treated for a cataract, denying frequent reports by private local media that he had prostate cancer.

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