Fierce Mnangagwa critic breaks silence

MUTARE - Mandiitawepi Chimene –the motor mouth former minister of State for Manicaland Province and a fierce critic of President Emmerson Mnangagwa – has broken her silence for the first time since she went into hiding more than six months ago.

Comments (3)

Ngarinyarare zimbavha rekushandisa Mugabe to loot Manicaland,she better keep quite nekuti ndingarinyaradze ndega. Zihure

Syd Chiwambu - 8 July 2018

Let her speak. It is her right. Diversity..unity in diversity. I would if she would ask ED why we are paying 1.39 per litre for ethanol laden fuel (currently 20%) and why we cannot have separate pumps for higher priced premium fuel and the nzimbe laden cheap fuel? Where is our freedom to choose? Am voting with my tank for a better Zimbabwe.

Zum - 8 July 2018

Has anyone ever thought about the fact that the EU that is currently distroying Great Britain and Europe started with the destruction and genocide of the harero and Nama folk of first the South West Africa 1902,then Congo, then Kenya, then Rhodesia, and now it is busy taking down South Africa? Once it takes GB it will walk through all of Africa and the dream of Hitler will come true, world domination. The idea was to destroy the strongest and best folk on the face of the earth the decendents of the early pioneers and great Chiefs of early Africa. I beliueve the day will come whgen all of frica will wish that theyn had put hate out and made unity and forgiveness the pass and watcfh word of the day. If we do not our blood and colours and creeds will mingle in the final thrust for Africa as sure as God made little apples. In the last days all men weill call out Father of all mankind, why were we so stupid.

Judith Petrou - 9 July 2018

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