Since the 1980 the United States have had a total of seven Presidents when you include President Elect- Donald Trump. Starting with Jimmy Carter back in 1980 up President Obama and now Donald Trump.
One would think same would happen in Africa, and in this case Zimbabwe.
Lancaster House Agreement: 1979–1979
In 1987, the position of Prime Minister was abolished and Mugabe assumed the new office of executive President of Zimbabwe gaining additional powers in the process. He was re-elected in 1990 and 1996, and in 2002 amid claims of widespread vote-rigging and intimidation. Mugabe’s term of office expired at the end of March 2008, but he was re-elected later in 2008 and again 2013 in another elections marred by election fraud and intimidation.
Mugabe has been the Chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe since Parliament passed the University of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill in November 1990 and is also Chancellor of all state Universities including Bindura University, National University of Science and Technology, Midlands State University, Chinhoyi University of Science and Technology, Lupane State University, harare Institute of Technology, Great Zimbabwe University and Gwanda State University