Mutsvangwa praises Mugabe for speech at the burial of former ex-combatant & CIO boss

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWA) chairperson Christopher Mutsvangwa praised President Robert Mugabe for his recent speech at the burial of former ex-combatant and Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) assistant director, Zenzo Ntuliki.

Said Mutsvangwa:

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As War Veterans, we wholeheartedly welcome…Mugabe’s…speech delivered at the burial of… Ntuliki. We are particularly heartened by the recognition and the accolades showered upon our defence and security establishment which owes its existence to the pain and sacrifice of gallant young men and women of the 1960-70s. That generation of youthful patriots selflessly bore arms as Zanla and Zipra to dislodge the evil minority racist settler colonial regime and gave birth to the new State of Zimbabwe. In equal measure we salute both…Mugabe and the late Father Zimbabwe Joshua Nkomo for providing the militant leadership leading us to freedom and independence in 1980 and their subsequent sterling roles in nation building.

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