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After Mugabe, former Zimbabwe Army Chief of Staff Major General Trust Mugoba dies Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 26, 2021

Former Zimbabwe National Army Chief of Staff Major General Trust Mugoba has died, the same day, former President Robert Mugabe passed away at the age of 95.

Major General Mugoba passed away around 8.30 am on Friday, according to the Herald newspaper.

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“Speaking from Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, Commander Defence Forces General Phillip Valerio Sibanda said Major General Mugoba died after returning from Ethiopia where he was Chief of Staff in the Office of the Commission on peace and security in Africa, which is part of the African Union,”the newspaper added.

“He left Ethiopia two weeks ago and when he came back home he was actually on leave but his condition deteriorated a few days ago leading to his death,” he said.

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