Africa's longest-serving president, Robert Mugabe, is expected to visit Ghana on a four-day official assignment between August 18 to 22.
The official visit will see Robert Mugabe hold bilateral talks with President John Dramani Mahama. During his stay, Mugabe will be meeting with traditional authorities and the Ghanaian business community.
Mugabe will also address the Zimbabwe community in Ghana as part of efforts to strengthen bilateral relations between Ghana and Zimbabwe.
In 2014, Robert Mugabe was heard mocking Ghana’s development during a speech in which he was responding to his Vice President who had suggested Ghana is doing well.
“I have been to Ghana 1958 to 1960 and when you look at them now and compare their present situation to that which existed in the 1960s, no change," Mugabe argued.