War Collaborators Threaten MDC MPs, Say No To GNU Between Chamisa And Mnangagwa

The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Collaborators’ Association (Ziliwaco) has endorsed President Mnangagwa as the Zanu-PF Presidential candidate in the 2023 harmonised elections.

Zilwaco also threatened to storm into parliament and take out MDC legislators if the continue to refuse to recognise Mnangagwa as Head of State and Government. War collaborators also said no to a Government of National Unity arrangement saying this will undermine the democratic principles of holding elections. Addressing a press conference in Harare yesterday, Ziliwaco secretary for information Felex Machando said:

Ziliwaco national leadership would like to express its gratitude towards the President, Cde ED Mnangagwa, for his care and concern towards the war collaborators. The effort he has shown so far towards solving issues pertaining to war collaborators is highly appreciated. General elections are over and people should now focus on economic and development issues as called for by the President. Ziliwaco is also greatly concerned by the behaviour of some of the MPs in Parliament. This circus should stop forthwith as it waste time and is costly for the general population. If this continues we will not have any other option besides storming Parliament to take out the political culprits.

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One Comment on “War Collaborators Threaten MDC MPs, Say No To GNU Between Chamisa And Mnangagwa

  1. It is very unfortunate that these heroes do not realise that their lives will change for the better when the opposition comes into power. Maybe they are not feeling the heat that some of us are feeling. Indoctrination is bad for development. Our country was sadly better economically under the Smith regime than the ZANU one. They have been in power for close to 4 decades yet the country is amongst the poorest in Africa. Can someone tell me when a government has to be changed or that should not happen in our country? What is wrong with getting someone else to take over the reins of power? Does the country belong to ZANU PF??

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