Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says he’s still fit to govern and his vital organs are still strong.
Early this year Mugabe made three trips to Singapore for medical check-ups, which rose questions over his health ahead of next year’s elections.
The president says the strength of his bones is in a good state.
Mugabe addressed supporters at a gathering in the northern town of Chinhoyi over the weekend.
last week his wife Grace urged him to name a successor and he will be 94 next year when he stands for re-election.
But in comments carried by state media, Mugabe told supporters he wasn’t going anywhere.
And he said that those with ambitions to lead the party were divided along tribal lines.