Tsvangirai claims Mugabe denied him pension because he refused to endorse 2013 election

Former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai‘ has claimed that the reason that he did not receive his severance package was because President  Mugabe was bitter that he had refused to endorse the 2013 Elections as being free and fair.  He also claimed that Mugabe is refusing to meet with him.

In a letter to Newsday, Tsvangirai through his spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka said:

Robert Mugabe’s government still owes president Tsvangirai his pension for the time he served in government in a stint that brought respite to the people of Zimbabwe

Mugabe expected president Tsvangirai to confer him legitimacy by endorsing the 2013 fraud and publicly conceding defeat, which the former PM has refused to do. As a result, any discussions with Mugabe himself have been denied, while the processing of all pensions and payments due to him has not been done.

More: Newsday

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