‘Mliswa Must Shut Up, Risk Losing Farm’ – Kasukuwere

HARARE – Zanu PF says that they are going to repossess former Mashonaland West provincial party chairperson Temba Mliswa’s farm in Karoi if he continues behaving in what the party views as a wayward manner.

Kasukuwere

Speaking at Chikangwe stadium in Karoi on Friday Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere said people should not listen to the former Hurungwe West MP because they don’t bring any meaningful change to the people of Zimbabwe.

Kasukuwere said women and local youth need residential stands to build their own houses in Karoi and they are going to forcibly take Mliswa’s farm that is within Karoi urban for redistribution.




Kasukuwere said Zanu PF is a violent party that crushes anyone who challenges it. He warned all opposition parties to be strong because the ruling party has people with very big fists.

He said Mliswa is too small to challenge the ruling party.

Kasukuwere said Zanu PF is going to vote for President Robert Mugabe because people vote what he stands and not his age.

Today’s rally was organized by the ruling party’s Women’s League and the youth to mobilize them for a so-called one-million-march being organized by the Zanu PF Youth League to show solidarity for President Mugabe. – VOA

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