Mnangagwa praises Tsvangirai

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa has spoken glowingly about the late MDC founding father Morgan Tsvangirai while mocking the former trade unionist’s successor — Nelson Chamisa — whom he is squaring up against at the watershed polls on Monday.

Comments (6)

mavakudemba ka kuti MT anga arinani nekuti maimubira asingaite nharo. That's why maida kuti thoko apinde so that moita whitewash but zvakaramba shiri iya yakazobvuta rekeni. Hezvo uko bwaa nekoko bwaa.

facts - 27 July 2018

Makauraya makafutsira makati mapedza basa. Kwete, u ain't seen nothing yet??

Lloyd - 27 July 2018

Foolish people! But who killed who?But Tsvangirai died of diaginosed cancer of the colon in SA

addmore gudo - 27 July 2018

Foolish people! But who killed who?But Tsvangirai died of diaginosed cancer of the colon in SA

addmore gudo - 27 July 2018

U gullible sod! C u in the bank queues in August??

Lloyd - 27 July 2018

Thats what cowards do.They only speak their true about someone when the person is no more.Why didn't Mnangagwa praise Tsvangirai when he was still alive?In Zanu pf democracy is not in their vocabulary.Most on these zanu pf leaders even admire Chamisa including Mnangagwa himself but they are cowards who are afraid of what people in their party will say.They only beagan to denounce Mugabe after he was kicked out of office by the military but some of us spent years and years telling them that the old dictator was no longer fit for purpose.It wont be surprising to see zanu pf hardliners stampeding to congratulate Chamisa if he happens to win the presidential elections.They will tell you that it had been their dream to have a young and energetic and God fearing president yet their cowardice would have prevented them to speak their minds now.Zanu pf people need their minds to be freed from thinking along party lines.Their mindset is so blinkered that they can support the most dread act as long it has been done by a zanu pf person.Freedom is coming tomorrow!

Luke Munya Bikaldo - 27 July 2018

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