Norton MP Temba Mliswa ( Independent) has vowed to continue the fight against corruption, saying that the recent events will only serve to embolden him. Writing on social media on Tuesday, Mliswa said:
I’ve faced persecution literally hundreds of times before and come out clean. Hiccups like the recent events will only serve to DELAY but NOT DENY exposure and the fight against corruption. Aluta Continua!
Mliswa made headlines in the past few days when he made sensational claims that Vice President Kembo Mohadi is a thief. That was followed by allegations brought against Mliswa, that he and other members of the Parliamentary Committee on Mines had asked for a bribe from a potential investor.
On Monday, Mliswa was threatened with death after he clashed with ZANU PF MP for Chegutu West, Dexter Nduna. Mliswa’s sister, Mary also lost her position as the ZANU PF Mashonaland West province treasurer.