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'Mugabe belongs in cemetery,' says Tsvangirai's ally

A daring member of parliament from Zimbabwe's main opposition Movement for Democratic Change party has reportedly said that President Robert Mugabe, 93, has "outlived his usefulness", adding that nobody should be arrested for saying so.

According to New Zimbabwe, the MP, James Maridadi, said: "At that age, and it is not a slip of the tongue that people at that age are either at a nursing home or they are dead. So at 93 or 94, you are in a nursing home, or you are in hospital or you are in a cemetery and we cannot blame anyone for being at a cemetery because that is truly where they belong."

Maridadi said this while addressing journalists at a belated World Press Freedom Day commemorations in Harare over the weekend.

Due to old age, the nonagenarian was often seen asleep at public events and also struggling to walk without assistance.  

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