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Egypt: Ushering in newleadership … Hosni Mubarak ‘clinically dead’

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According to MENA report from Egypt, 84-year-old Hosni Mubarak was declared ‘clinically dead’ after he suffered a stroke and failed to respond to revival efforts. He was taken to the Madhi Military Hospital. At the same time, the country is facing a very tense moment as it awaits for the final results of the presidential run-off election held on Sunday. So far, the Islamic Brotherhood has been claiming victory against the former Mubarak’s Prime Minister. Wakati hali ikiwa bado ni tete kule Misri kufuatia uchaguzi wa rais uliofanyika Jumapili, kuna taarifa kwamba Rais wa zamani wa nchi hiyo, Hosni Mubarak, yuko katika hali ambayo kitabu ni ‘tayari amekufa’. Rais huyo alihukumiwa hivi karibuni kifungo cha maisha gerezani. Kwa taarifa za hivi punde, alizidiwa baada ya kupatwa na kiharusi na juhudi za kufanya moyo wake uendelee kufanya kazi zimeshindikana. Wafuasi wa Kundi la Islamic Brotherhood wamekuwa wakidai kwamba mgombea wao ameshinda uchaguzi huo wa rais. Hivi sasa wamejaa katika viwanja vya Tahrir. Wapo wanaodai kwamba kutangazwa kwa hali ya Mubarak ni minong’ono tu. Hosni Mubarak ana umri wa miaka 84 na alifurushwa kutoka madarakani kwa maandamano ya umma mapema mwaka jana.

NYONGEZA: Hadi ninapoandika sentensi hii tayari ni tarehe 21 na hali ya rais wa zamani Hosni Mubarak inaelezwa kuwa ni taabani mno. Taafia ya MENA imepingwa vikali kwamba ilikuwa ya upotoshaji na kwa hiyo siyo ya kuaminika. Tupo pamoja.

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June 20, 2012 at 1:26 am

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