War vets assure Nelson Chamisa

HARARE - In a welcome development, war veterans have now joined the military in saying on the record that they will not stand in the way of opposition leader Nelson Chamisa if he defeats President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the crunch July 30 polls.

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thank you for reliable reporting

LOVEMORE NYABADZA - 19 July 2018

THEN ZIMBABWE SHALL PROSPER MNANGANGWA MUST BE REMEMBERED AS A TRUE LIBERATOR THAT DONT FORGET MDC MUST NOT DESTROY ZIMBABWEAN CULTURE WITH WESTERN IMMORAL STANDARDS FAMILY VALUES MUST BE RESPECTED THEY MUST NOT TAKE SOME EVIL SECTIONS OF DEMOCRACY TO ZIM THE ONLY REASON WHY PEOPLE VOTE MDC IS FOR CHANGE NOT BECAUSE THEY ARE CAPABLE

DAVID - 19 July 2018

yes

malvern - 19 July 2018

Who are the war vets? Making themselves important for nothing, its the people who speak through their votes.

Inyika - 19 July 2018

umnnnn i dont trust the murderers

Umnnnnn - 19 July 2018

This David guy is just displaying his ignorance on a very simple issue.Mnangagwa did not liberate anyone,and keep that in your thick skull Mnangagwa has been been part of the people's tormentors for over three and a half decades and you tell us that he is our liberator?My foot!Dont give the trash about Wesern because most of your zanu pf leaders children are getting their education in those western countries which they always tell you that they are bad for our people and country.Dont preach to us about culture because whether you like it or not culture is dynamic.Your beloved Ngwena actually got to the top after a coup that toppled the former dictator Bob.We had always said that Bod was well over his sell by date since time immemorial,but all zanu pf stupid and binkered supporters including Mnangagwa had endorsed the old dictator o contest in the pending elections.

Luke Munya Bikaldo - 19 July 2018

at the time when the strong man was in charge,they had no choice,he would actually endorse himself then the rest would just follow,every province would just do like wise.

sipho - 19 July 2018

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