Former president of Zimbabwe said to be ‘quite jovial’ five days after being forced to resign by military takeover

A “jovial” Robert Mugabe is “taking things very well” five days after stepping down as president of Zimbabwe after 37 years in power, close associates and relatives have said.

Gideon Golo, the former central bank governor and the former president’s business adviser, said Mugabe was in good spirits when he last saw him on the morning before the inauguration of the country’s new leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa, on Friday.

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