Vice President Kembo Mohadi blamed non-governmental organisations (NGOs) for Zimbabwe’s economic challenges.
He said this yesterday at Zanu-PF’s second post-election Thank-You Rally at Mt Darwin High School, Mashonaland Central province. Mohadi said Zimbabwe has a huge number of NGOs for a small country adding that they are more than the country’s army. He said the NGOs represent governments that have intentions to take over Zimbabwe. Said Mohadi:
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There are 35 000 NGOs in Zimbabwe. It is such a high number for a very small country such as Zimbabwe. They are more than our own national army. We do not know what they are looking for. They claim to be non-Governmental, but in reality they represent foreign governments that have intentions to take over the country. We will not fold our hands and let that happen. We are aware that some of our economic challenges are a result of the machinations of these NGOs. Let’s remain strong and united and not allow our country to be destabilised. Zimbabwe is our country and we ought to defend it against the works of our enemies.
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