Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi on Thursday came to the rescue of Chegutu West MP Dexter Nduna (ZANU PF) when quizzed by senators to explain the death threats issued by the latter.
Nduna ‘confessed’ to killing a countless number of people, some of whom he did not even know when he clashed with Norton MP Temba Mliswa on Tuesday.
While responding to a question from Matabeleland South Senator Meliwe Phuthi (MDC Alliance) on the government’s policy on MPs who confess that they have committed murders, Ziyambi said:
The Shona language is rich and ambiguous, and one can use the word ‘murder’ (kuwuraya) saying that you have killed me with jokes, or that you have killed me with too much food.
When someone refers to the word ‘murder’ in Shona, it needs to be qualified what they mean.
That is why I said in Shona the word murder is ambiguous. If we take that word as meaning to kill someone, then we need to know who has been killed.
If you have information about someone that was murdered, then bring it so that it can be investigated because murder can be investigated even 20 years after it was committed.
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