Zanu PF Chemical Warfare:Grace Mugabe hitwoman who poisoned 2 other legislators tells VP Mnangagwa will die in a house

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AS ZANU PF succession fights threaten to tip the party over the cliff, Hurungwe East MP Sarah Mahoka has threatened Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa with death in President Robert Mugabe’s presence.

Mahoka, who is the Women’s League secretary of finance, was addressing thousands of women gathered at the party’s headquarters. Speaking to Mnangagwa directly, she told the  VP to “stop your people”.

Mahoka is First Lady Grace Mugabe’s close ally, is believed to have poisoned Shuvai Mahofa who is battling for her life at a South African Hospital and the late Johana Tsogorani.

“You will die in a house. These things you are seeking will get you killed. We support the President and the leadership chosen at congress. We are not saying Mnangagwa should be removed but he must not sit there like a duck while his people violate us,” Mahoka said.

Mnangagwa, Mugabe and Grace, among other top officials, sat stone-faced as Mahoka went on a tirade against presidential press secretary George Charamba. She asked Mugabe to comment on whether Charamba was speaking on behalf of the first family picking a quotation from an interview the Information Permanent secretary gave to a private radio station that has become the subject of discussion across the country.

“We would like to know if the President sent Charamba to say these things. The Herald must stop these things that it is publishing and concentrate on developmental issues,” said Mahoka.

Grace, who briefly addressed the same gathering ostensibly meant to welcome and thank Mugabe, called for calm and unity.

“We must unite and stop the discord. It is not necessary and the private media cannot be blamed because we feed them with these things,” she said.

Mugabe, while acknowledging Mahoka’s accusations, gave an analogy of a “woman we lived with”.

“She was in the habit of shouting at everybody whenever her child came home crying. Without even seeking to understand whether it was her child who was wrong or not,” Mugabe said.

He did not directly respond to Mahoka’s assertions but indicated that the factional wars had also been discussed at Tuesday’s cabinet meeting and would be subject of discussion at Wednesday’s politburo meeting.

 

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