Vice president Kembo Mohadi reckons that Zimbabwe has now become ungovernable following the post-election riots that broke out in August last year, and again the fuel riots in January this year.
Mohadi said this on Friday while addressing chiefs in Mazowe, Mashonaland Central province, during a peace and conflict resolution meeting. Said Mohadi:
The country has become ungovernable as you all witnessed in August last year soon after elections. There were violent protests and this year in January, there were protests in urban centres, making the country ungovernable.
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I have oversight on the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) and I chair the Cabinet committee on peace. However, I have chosen to consult our traditional leaders in order to learn from their indigenous knowledge for this country to be governable.
Traditional chiefs are the custodians of the people. Indeed, conflicts were high in urban centres, but you, as chiefs, can talk to the parents of those in the city to stop conflicts as it retards development.
Mohadi went on to say that he will never forgive white people for their involvement in the slave trade several centuries ago.
War veterans took the opportunity at the meeting to express their unhappiness over the conduct of ZANU PF provincial chairperson, Kazembe Kazembe and called for the dissolution of the entire provincial executive.
Kembo Mohadi is a Zimbabwean politician who was the Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and second secretary of Zanu-PF until his resignation on 1 March 2021. Mohadi is a member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) where he is a member... Read More About Kembo Mohadi
President Emmerson Mnangagwa signed the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Bill (NPRC) into law on the 5th of January 2018, making operational the Commission that was appointed in 2016. The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) main tasks are to promote national healing, peace, and... Read More About National Peace and Reconciliation Commission
Mazowe (formerly Mazoe) is a town (and District) located in Mashonaland Central Province. It is about 38 km north of Harare. It was known for it's citrus estates. Read More About Mazowe