In Memes: Twitter takes on #Zimbabwe and #Mugabe

2017-11-16 12:31
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With Mugabe ruling Zim since its independence 37 years ago, Twitter was anything but sympathetic when news broke yesterday that he and wife, Grace, had been confined to their home in Harare.

According to Reuters, this is after the country’s military seized power, saying it was keeping the president safe while it had been targeting “criminals” in his entourage.

EWN has also reported that President Jacob Zuma has spoken to Mugabe and that he is “fine”.

Here’s what Twitter says about happenings in Zim: 

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