Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province, Miriam Chikukwa has warned people in leadership not to attempt to remove President Robert Mugabe by means of a coup. According to Chikukwa, Mugabe can only be removed by God and cannot be removed by man or gun. Chikukwa was supporting Minister of Defence Sydney Sekeramayi who had insisted that President Mugabe was here to stay.
Addressing supporters over the weekend, Chikukwa said:
You (Sekeramayi) have told us that hakudzi mdara achauya because mdara atoripo. There are some who think they are almost there; let me tell you the truth…Mugabe will not be removed by anyone. He is going to be removed from his post by God and not by man or the gun. Those in the leadership, lead us well; please do not try a coup, we say no to a coup, you can have a coup at your home.
This was after Sekeramayi had said:
President Gushungo, havanzi mdara achauya, mdara aripo, (Mugabe is here to stay so you cannot say the big man is coming) and he is going to lead us; he is still there, we endorsed him as the Zanu PF candidate and he will represent us in the elections. Let us continue working together
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