“I am not pushing for a coup” says Mliswa as Mugabe fires Mnangagwa

Norton MP Temba Mliswa has denied that he is pushing for a coup against President Robert Mugabe following his suggestion that the Zimbabwe National Army should intervene.

Earlier today, Mliswa had called for the military to intervene and defend the legacy of Josiah Tongogara and Alfred Nikita Mangena. Mliswa’s call for the military to intervene caused a fellow Twitter user to ask for clarity concerning the legislator’s remarks. Mliswa responded that he is not pushing for a coup. Read the tweets below:

https://twitter.com/PaneNyayaApa/status/927582367467933697

https://twitter.com/TembaMliswa/status/927586774880280577

 

 

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