In a statement President Mnangagwa said any changes to the current administration should come through the ballot box, not violence and bloodshed.
This comes after a hand grenade was thrown at White City Stadium last Saturday after Mnangagwa had just finished addressing Zanu-PF supporters. Mnangagwa assumed power after a military intervention named Operation Restore Legacy that resulted in Robert Mugabe resigning.
We will not allow the use of violence to mould our thoughts, ideology or politics. The only instrument for change will be through the ballot box, and not the gun, the explosives or other tools of violence and bloodshed. Those who tried to hurt me are not my enemies, they are the enemies of our new Zimbabwe which we are striving together to reach. The forces of peace, progress and democracy cannot be stopped.