PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Friday evening blasted War veteran’s minister Christopher Mutsvangwa for organising a demonstration by hundreds of ex-freedom fighters which was brutally crushed by police on Thursday.
In a State of the National Address, which was more of a Zanu PF address, Mugabe said Mutsvangwa he will take action on Mutsvangwa, saying “action will be taken where action needs to be taken”.
“We take exception to that. This irresponsible manner brings the name of the party and head of government into disrepute. People are beginning to wonder whether in fact we are governing properly in accordance with the rules,” he said.
Mugabe said Mutsvangwa should explain his actions
Mugabe, flanked by his deputies, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko – said to be long to different factions – said G40 and Lacoste must “shut up”.
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