ED's son, nephew join politics

HARARE - One of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sons, Emmerson Junior, and a nephew of his — Tongai — are readying themselves to enter the political fray by running for National Assembly seats at the forthcoming polls.

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Comments (8)

i once said it. emma mnangarwa and rwavhi mugabe are siamese twins. if himself akisilia, emma jnr and tongai are in politics, what then is the difference with mugabe's gire, joao and simbom chikore. mazimbo svinurai the lizard is in it 4 himself.

josphat mugadzaweta - 28 January 2018

Lets not be unkind, undisciplined and disrespectful. What's wrong with ED's son or nephew joining politics? Don't they have rights and will or wishes too like anyone else. We never heard people criticise George Bush Snr and Jnr,Bill and Hillary Clinton,etc. Lets not be narrow-minded.

Herbert Mugwagwa - 28 January 2018

Another birth of dynasty showing its ugly head. It will always comes with tendencies of First Family state capture.

Watcher Greedy - 28 January 2018

Come, come my relatives - let's eat, let's take, its our chance, Let me flood you every where for influence and advantage

Watcher Greedy - 28 January 2018

People you should understand Zimbabwe is for us lets stop judging ourselves like we have lost our minds pamberi ne kusimudzira nyika

Canisious - 28 January 2018

Well the ironic of it all is that ED's son and nephew chose to join politics after Ngwena has ascended to presidency.It may be a coincidence ,but from my own view they are in for the spoils that come with being close the president.Lets brace for another dynasty in the offing.

Luke Munya Mabika - 29 January 2018

This man wants to take over his mother's constituency.

NYAKANYAKA - 29 January 2018

This is not good because they are interested parties , I would advise even the first lady to leave active politics and become a mother of the nation not Zanu PF .

Mudhara - 29 January 2018

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