Mnangagwa Pays Tribute To Obert Mpofu, Mudenda For Critical Roles In Removal Of Mugabe

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has paid tribute to Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration Obert Mpofu and Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda saying they paid critical roles in November 2017 which lead to him assuming leadership of the party and the country. Speaking at a rally in Lupane on Friday Mnangagwa said,

When the Vice President (Dr Constantino Chiwenga) was introducing me, he missed something. When I became a border jumper last year, you who had remained behind refused to accept the situation. Your party Zanu-PF met and uMpofu, uObert Mpofu, ukhonapha, sukuma ndoda, nguye lo undoda lo owatshela umhlangano weCentral Committee ukuthi sibe ledawn leyi esesilayo namuhla.

…The next decision that was made at that meeting was to reinstate me and you said jump the border back into Zimbabwe to become Vice President again. Meanwhile, again, a revolutionary son from Matabeleland North chaired Parliament as Speaker, undoda lo ngu Mudenda and said the former president has abandoned his executive powers and we now want to impeach him. The son of Matabeleland North, uMudenda nguye owayesesi hlalweni for the impeachment process.

The former president uMugabe, stepped down, resigned and in terms of our Constitution, within 48 hours, the Speaker demanded that the ruling party, Zanu-PF, should produce a nominee to take over.

More: Sunday Mail


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