President and first lady are the keys that hold the nation together: Saviour Kasukuwere

Minister of Local government, public works and National Housing Saviour Kasukuwere has claimed that the country would break down without President Robert Mugabe and First Lady Grace Mugabe.

In an interview with the Daily News, Kasukuwere said:

What I would like to say is that the party stands 100 percent benind the president and the first lady. The first lady is the mother of the nation and thus the loyalty towards the two is beyond doubt, and it must be clear to all and sundry.

The president and the first lady are the keys that hold the nation together and thus deserve the utmost respect.

Kasukuwere also took a swipe at the Lacoste Faction saying:

What we must ensure is that we do not have other players jumping in with their regime change agenda.

Speaking on the Women’s League demonstrations against Sarah Mahoka and Eunice Sandi-Moyo:

The party is strong and the demonstrations are disciplinary issues and purely women’s league issues that they will deal with.

…We are happy at the support that has been shown by the women’s league to the first lady…the bottom line is that the party is solidly behind the president and the first lady.

Nore: Daily News

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