Joshua Nkomo’s Son Reveals Why He Attended Chamisa’s Rally

In a statement, Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo, Sibangilizwe, said he attended an MDC Alliance rally at White City Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday last week to build peace bridges.

He said he attends all rallies of all political parties to preach peace. Said Sibangilizwe:

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I was invited by the MDC-Alliance and my job is to build peace bridges. I attend any political party meetings only by invitations to preach peace. I have been invited by Zanu-PF, PF Zapu and attended. My message to the people is ‘peace, love and tolerance’.I always tell people to preserve peace. No one wants to see another person’s blood.

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