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He Who Laughs Last Laughs The Longest: Mukupe Responds To “Media Onslaught”

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In a tweet, deputy finance minister Terence Mukupe responded to what he termed media onslaught, saying it will come to pass.

This comes after the Zanu-PF politician angered a section of the public for alleging that Tendai Biti takes anti-retroviral in response to being called a drunkard and clown during an interview on Star FM on Thursday afternoon. There have been calls on Twitter using the hashtag #MukupeMustFall for Mukupe to be sacked following his attack on Biti.

Mukupe has also been criticised for saying the army will not let Nelson Chamisa rule even if he wins the 2018 elections. Government responded to his statements which they termed as reckless and in direct contempt of President Mnangagwa. Said Mukupe:

All this media onslaught will come to pass… Remember the proverb, he who laughs last laughs the longest!!!

Terence MukupeNelson ChamisaTendai Biti

Terence Mukupe is a Zimbabwean politician. He is the current Zanu-PF legislator for Harare East. He is the Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Planning. In November 2017 he was appointed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa into a new cabinet. In April 2018, Mukupe was arrested... Read More About Terence Mukupe

Nelson Chamisa is a Zimbabwean politician who is currently the President of MDC-T and MDC Alliance. Chamisa is a Member of Parliament of Kuwadzana East in the political party. In 2003, Chamisa broke new ground in the politics of Zimbabwe by becoming the youngest Member... Read More About Nelson Chamisa

Tendai Laxton Biti is the president of the People's Democratic Party, prominent lawyer, activist and politician. Biti was part of the founding team of the Movement for Democratic Change in 1999 together with Morgan Tsvangirai, Gibson Sibanda, Welshman Ncube, Nelson Chamisa, Learnmore Jongwe and others. Read More About Tendai Biti

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