Gen Chiwenga who had gone to China just before the soldier take over in Zimbabwe was supposed to be arrested on arrival by the ruthless Zimbabwe Republic Police Support Unit (Black boots)

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Gen Chiwenga who had gone to China just before the soldier take over in Zimbabwe was supposed to be arrested on arrival by the ruthless Zimbabwe Republic Police Support Unit (Black boots) 
ZIMBABWE Defence Forces (ZDF) Commander General Constantino Chiwenga who had gone to China just before the soldier take over in Zimbabwe was supposed to be arrested on arrival by the ruthless Zimbabwe Republic Police Support Unit (Black boots) on arrival at the Robert Mugabe International Airport on the Sunday he arrived
 
The Zimbabwe National Army had been tipped off and so they were ready, all over the airport in civillian dressing like passengers and relatives accompanying or meeting airline passengers.
 
The ZRP support unit attempted to arrest Chiwenga on arrival but the military revealed their presence, stepped in and swooped the general away after disarming the police and placing them under millitary arrest
 
Originally after military intelligence had tipped off Chiwenga about the impending arrest, the military had wanted the general to land in Zambia and then drive into Zimbabwe before eventually settling on flying straight into Harare.
 
The team of soldiers dressed in National Handling Service (NHS) uniforms calmly entered Harare airport as police police prepared to seize Chiwenga then soldiers reacted by swiftly stripping off and disarmed them. The soldiers took off the NHS uniforms, revealing their camouflage fatigues, and forcing the police to flee.
 
The next day Chiwenga at a press conference at the army’s KG VI headquarters in Harare warned that the ZNA would “step in” to avert a potential crisis caused by infighting in Zanu PF factions.
 
Chiwenga ordered Mugabe “to stop reckless utterances by politicians from the ruling party denigrating the military” and halt the purging of people with a liberation background in Zanu PF.
 
He called for “counter-revolutionary elements” in the party to be fished out and for the Zanu PF leadership to ensure that members go for the extraordinary congress with an equal opportunity.
 
On Tuesday, Zanu PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga attacked Chiwenga, labelling him a “rebel” and “criminal” who should be held accountable for the country’s missing diamond revenue.
 
Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo later issued a statement describing Chiwenga’s utterances as “treasonous”.
The military responded by moving equipment including tanks into Harare after which it secured strategic places such as the Munhumutapa Building, which houses the President and his deputies’ offices, Supreme Court, Parliament and ZBC.
 
The army advanced to Mugabe’s residence at around 10:30pm on Tuesday night before descending on key G40 faction members between 2am and 2:30am on Wednesday morning.
 
Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo, Central Intelligence Organisation director of security Albert Ngulube, Mugabe’s head of security, and Chipanga were detained, while Local Government minister, who is also Zanu PF national political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere and Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo survived a fierce shootout.
They later sought refuge at Mugabe’s house in Borrowdale.
 
It is not clear if police boss Augustine Chihuri has been seized.
 
The military also raided Chikurubi Support Unit base, where they took control of the police armoury.
 
By 3am, the army had secured all vital locations, prompting Major-General Sibusiso Moyo to announce an hour later that the army had stepped in to defuse a potential crisis. He insisted that the army had not effected a coup and would not harm Mugabe.
 
“We wish to assure the nation that His Excellency, the President Robert Gabriel Mugabe and his family are safe and sound and their security is guaranteed. We are only targeting criminals around him who are committing crimes… that are causing social and economic suffering in the country. As soon as we have accomplished our mission, we expect that the situation will return to normalcy,” Moyo said.
 
“To both our people and the world beyond our borders: We wish to make it abundantly clear that this is not a military takeover of Government. What the Zimbabwe Defence Forces is doing is to pacify a degenerating political, social and economic situation in our country which if not addressed may result in violent conflict.” source Independant
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