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By MacDonald Dzirutwe and Ed Cropley HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday said the route to leadership was long and full of "pitfalls and death", as he accused his fired deputy and former protege of showing impatience in his bid to succeed him. Addressing supporters at the headquarters of his ZANU-PF party in Harare, 93-year-old Mugabe accused Emmerson Mnangagwa of consulting witchdoctors and prophets as part of a campaign to secure the presidency. Mnangagwa said he had fled Zimbabwe because of death threats and was safe.
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