Vice President Kembo Mohadi returned home from medical treatment in South Africa on Thursday night. This was revealed by President Mnangagwa during a Zanu-PF rally in Mutare yesterday.
Mohadi and Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri were airlifted to South Africa after an explosion on June 23 at a Zanu-PF rally in Bulawayo. Muchinguri-Kashiri returned home earlier this month. Two people died due to injuries sustained in the blast, while 47 others, some still admitted in local hospitals, were injured. Mnangagwa said two people are still in a critical condition. Said Mnangagwa:
We thank that the Lord has managed to look after our national chairperson Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, she has returned alive after what happened. The enemies had sought to eliminate the entire party leadership on that day at the rally in Bulawayo. I am told that last night, Vice President Mohadi returned (from medical treatment in South Africa). But we are sorry that two of our colleagues passed on and two others are still in a critical condition after the incident in Bulawayo.