Mandi Chimene responds to Dube’s claims that she threatened to beat him & hired a sangoma

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Manicaland Province Minister, Mandi Chimene has dismissed allegations by War Veterans Minister Tshinga Dube that she threatened to beat him before setting a Sangoma on him.

In an interview with NewsDay, Chimene said that the sangoma was a student at Marymount Teachers’ College, whose relatives died during the war. She narrated that the student often comes to war veterans meetings “possessed” by an ancestral spirit, claiming Dube knew the person, as they met in Mozambique during the exhumation of remains of some of the fallen heroes.

Chimene also denied allegations that she leads a faction of the war veterans and said that the reason she wanted Mutsvangwa expelled was because he lacked discipline.

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