Don’t Regard Our Calmness As Weakness: Mnangagwa Warns Opposition Over Violence




President Emmerson Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned opposition parties not to engage in violence after Zanu-PF activists were allegedly assaulted by MDC-T supporters in Bikita East. Speaking at a Rally in Mucheke on Friday, Mnangagwa said,

Let’s show humility in Zanu PF and respect. Our respect and calmness should, however, not be regarded as weakness, if you anger us, you will see us, when things come to a head, you will see that we are not cheap people. When things are bad, we will be equal to the challenge. Do not start it with us.

The Zanu-PF activists James Musukutwa and Daniel Museve, from Chirorwe Village, were allegedly assaulted by MDC-T supporters after a difference in opinion over the Zanu-PF regalia they were wearing.

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