Zimbabwe, complete shut-down
Zimbabwe strongman, President Robert Mugabe is under army siege at his blue roof residence for the past two days, General Constantino Chiwenga, men are not allowing him or any person to leave or enter his residence, its believed the army demand is not yet clear, but sources say they want President Mugabe to step down. Heavily arm men of uniform can be seen around his residence and the road leading to his house is completely shut down.
More information is that the army has withdrawn its escort from him leaving him with police and central intelligence.
Zimbabweans say the outing of his vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, was a clear signal and path for his wife, Grace Mugabe, become his successor.
Grace Mugabe was a typist at Zimbabwe statehouse when she caught Mugabe's eyes in the early 90s.
Robert Mugabe was then married to Sally Mugabe, a highly respected Ghanaian woman.
Robert and Grace had their first two children before Sally died of liver cancer in 1992, and Grace was still legally married to a man.
Subsequently, she gave birth to a daughter after her marriage to Robert in 1996. In those years, cabinet ministers referred to her as “Grasping Grace.” Members of the Zimbabwean public often refer to her as Dis-Grace, sometimes Gucci Grace.