“We Have Have Been Tolerant Enough”, Zanu-PF Youth Leader Threatens To Take No Prisoners In 2019

In his Christmas Day tweets, current Zanu-PF Youth leader Pupurai Togarepi threatened that his party has now changed the game for 2019, as they had been tolerant enough. He said that President Mnangagwa’s tolerance message had not yielded the expected results as people continue to insult him.

Reads the tweets:

We have been tolerant enough before and after elections. No silly games in 2019. We won’t take any prisoners in 2019. Any provocation will be confronted head-on. The rules of the game have completely changed

We have been preaching peace while some insult and call for sanctions. President ED Mnangagwa call for unity and peace some insults him and his leadership. The President focuses on economy others are still in election mode. We can also insult. Your choice will be reciprocated

Diversity doesn’t give one side the right to insult. We build Zimbabwe together. If you choose peace, unity and development we will work with you. Should you decide to threaten an elected government with removal we will stop you in your tracks

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2 comments on ““We Have Have Been Tolerant Enough”, Zanu-PF Youth Leader Threatens To Take No Prisoners In 2019

  1. If every member of ZANU-pf Youth put 1US$ into a bucket and it was counted out how much would they raise? A thousand? Maybe two thousand. The population if Zimbabwe is what? Around 16million?

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