Mugabe accuses US & British ambassadors of instigating anarchy in his country, threatens to expel them
Relations between Zimbabwe and the European Union has not been cordial since 2002 after the European Union imposed sanctions on the Zimbabwean government following allegations of human rights abuses and election rigging.
On Wednesday July 29th, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe said the US and British embassies paid vendors to stir up trouble in the country.
“These are ambassadors of countries that imposed sanctions on us, so we have said we will kick them out of the country. They do not want to see peace in developing countries.
They just want to see chaos; people fighting each other, terrorism everywhere. British and American ambassadors – what kind of people are they? They are no good for us. Behave and you will be in peace with us. Misbehave and we will kick you in your bottom. It is our country,” he threatened.