War Veterans, MDC-T And EFF Want Mnangagwa To Force Mugabe To Give Up His 20 Farms

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Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association spokesperson Douglas Mahiya said the are ready to team up with the opposition MDC-T and little-known Zimbabwe Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to dispossess former President Robert Mugabe of his reported 20 farms and leave him with one in line with government’s one-man-one-farm policy.

Said Mahiya:

We fought Mugabe because of his corruption and have demanded for a long time that the policy of one-man-one farm should be implemented without exception. We are not in this supporting or personalising issues against Mugabe, but this has been our clarion call that Mugabe’s corruption was stinking across Zimbabwe, beginning with the multiple farms that he owns.

When contacted for comment by NewsDay, MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora said their campaign was not only targeting Mugabe, but all multiple farm owners. EFF leader Innocent Ndibali said they would soon petition President Emmerson Mnangagwa demanding that he forces Mugabe to relinquish 20 of his 21 farms.

More: NewsDay

Douglas MahiyaDouglas MwonzoraRobert Mugabe

Douglas Mahiya is a Zimbabwean politician and a member of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association. Mahiya is also a member of the Zanu-PF party. Read More About Douglas Mahiya

Douglas Mwonzora is an advocate and politician affiliated with the Movement for Democratic Change. Mwonzora is currently Secretary General of the MDC-T. He is the former COPAC Co-Chairperson and former Member of Parliament, Nyanga North Zimbabwe. Mwonzora is a former Law Lecturer. Read More About Douglas Mwonzora

Robert Mugabe is the former President of Zimbabwe. He was the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe from 1987 to November 2017. Prior to this, he was the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe since the attainment of independence in 1980. Mugabe resigned from his presidency on... Read More About Robert Mugabe

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