"How could African leaders ever topple Robert Mugabe, organize an army to come?" Mugabe, who has led the country for 28 years, is quoted as asking. "It is not easy. I do not know of any African country that is brave enough to do that."
Having seen how good several local fighting forces *can* be, and how pathetic the force the ZANU-PF puts in the field, it seems to this author that it would be unwise to underestimate what one motivated leader could do (well-supplied logistically).
The only need, frankly, is to get the weak-kneed and enabling "friends of Mugabe" in the AU to get the hell out of the way and let the competent leaders put an end to this travesty of so-called governance.