The deposed President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe and his wife grace will receive about $10 million and immunity from prosecution. It is reported by The Guardian, citing a senior official of the ruling party.
It is clarified that the exact amount of the payment Mugabe remains unknown, however, it would be at least $10 million, and immediately he will get $5 million.
In addition, the former ruler of Zimbabwe will receive immunity from prosecution and a guarantee that in relation to the extensive business interests of his family not taken any action. Mugabe also received a lifetime salary of $93 thousand, and his wife – half of this amount.
The pair will be able to stay in his expansive mansion, known as the Blue roof in Harare. The state will pay for their medical care, domestic staff, security, and foreign travel.
On 25 November the Supreme court of Zimbabwe ruled that the actions of the Zimbabwean military, which led to the resignation of Mugabe as President was legal.
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