VIDEO SHOWS: VARIOUS OF HEAD OF ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, CHRIS MUTSVANGWA, ARRIVING AT NEWS CONFERENCE, MUTSVANGWA SAYING THAT THERE IS NO GOING BACK ABOUT PRESIDENT ROBERT MUGABE, PEOPLE AT NEWS CONFERENCE, MUTSVANGWA SAYING THEY WANT TO CHALLENGE BUT WITHOUT VIOLENCE, NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
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SHOWS: HARARE, ZIMBABWE (NOVEMBER 17, 2017) (REUTERS – ACCESS ALL)
1. HEAD OF ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, CHRIS MUTSVANGWA, ARRIVING FOR NEWS CONFERENCE
2. MEDIA AT NEWS CONFERENCE
3. MUTSVANGWA AND LEADERS OF ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION AT NEWS CONFERENCE
4. MUTSVANGWA SITTING
5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, CHRIS MUTSVANGWA, SAYING: “There is no going back about Mugabe, period. And that’s what we are saying, that’s why we are bringing all the population of Zimbabwe. We have indicated that we want their support tomorrow. We have declared as war veterans, that is the message, there is no going back, he must leave.”
6. VARIOUS OF MEDIA AT NEWS CONFERENCE
7. (SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF ZIMBABWE NATIONAL LIBERATION WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, CHRIS MUTSVANGWA, SAYING: “The madness, sheer madness of his wife who was trying to become the president of the republic and create a dynasty. The Zimbabwean people are up to here (gesturing to forehead). They better take note. We don’t want to be responsible for what the anger of the crowd do. But what we are saying is, we listen to their message, and we want to challenge it in a peaceful and organised manner. No violence.”
8. VETERANS AT NEWS CONFERENCE
9. NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
STORY: The leader of Zimbabwe’s influential war veterans said on Friday (November 17) that President Robert Mugabe would not be allowed to resist the military and remain in power.
Chris Mutsvangwa said “there is no going back, he must leave” adding Mugabe wanting to hand power to his wife, Grace, to create a dynasty was “sheer madness.”Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe appeared in public on Friday for the first time since the army took charge this week, as the ruling party made plans to force him to step down after more than three decades in power.The president, who is 93, opened a graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe Open University in Harare. He wore blue and yellow academic robes and a mortar board hat and appeared to fall asleep in his chair as his eyes closed and his head lolled.
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