Robert Mugabe, former President of Zimbabwe, is claiming that the government is treating him unfairly. Mugabe recently resigned from the presidency after being pushed out by the Zanu-PF party and the military. Because he resigned, he is entitled to a form of pension.
According to Mugabe, he went to the pension office and learned that the government would pay him a full pension of $10 million, in addition to two houses at a resort. However, Mugabe claims that the government has not paid for those resort houses.
By: Mikayla Tetreault, Staff Writer