'Wenger Out' Sign Spotted Amid Protests Against Robert Mugabe

StoryfulNews Published November 18, 2017 0 Plays

Rumble Tens of thousands of Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare, Bulawayo and other cities on November 18, celebrating the possibility of the end of Robert Mugabe’s rule after 37 years. The demonstrations were the culmination of a week of large political events in the country, beginning with the a seizure of power by the Zimbabwean military on November 15. Movement for Democratic Change President and former Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, arrived in the capital on November 16, during talks between the military and the Robert Mugabe regime over a timetable for his resignation. The day before the demonstrations were held, Mugabe made his first "appearance"https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/187395?q=slug:ZIMBABWE since the military takeover, attending a graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe Open University. Demonstrations were also held outside the Zimbabwean consulate in Johannesburg. In the midst of the march along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare, a “Wenger out” sign was spotted, a reference to beleaguered Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Credit: Twitter/JokeDaVinci via Storyful