Tsvangirai leave home: war vets

War veterans from Buhera district in Manicaland province want the MDC-T President, Morgan Tsvangirai, to leave his rural home. The war veterans made the statement at the funeral wake for Kumbirai Kangai at Queens Hall in Mutare.

MDC-T President, Morgan Tsvangirai
MDC-T President, Morgan Tsvangirai

Kumbirai, a former cabinet minister, Zanu (PF) provincial chairman and Politburo member, was declared a national hero and was buried at the national shrine last Saturday.

Muzondiwa Mamutse, who led the war vets, said Tsvangirai should be denied entrance to Buhera district as he was against the people’s revolution.

“He should never set foot in Buhera again. He should go and stay with the whites in England,” said Mamutse. “He has always been against the land reform programme and black empowerment initiatives spearheaded by President (Robert) Mugabe.”

The war veterans said it was their duty and obligation to weed out “sell outs like Tsvangirai” from the community. “People like Tsvangirai and his MDC members should never be given room to practice their anti-revolution politics. He was defeated by President Mugabe and should now be ejected from our soil,” said Gordon Masomere, another war vet from Buhera.

The war veterans said Mugabe’s victory in the July 31 election proved that Mugabe would “rule forever”.

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  1. Barnabas Munhuwepi

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