Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Ndiweni who was recently mocked by deputy defense minister Victor Matemadanda for inviting more sanctions on Zimbabwe has hit back suggesting that the war veteran stalwart is singing for his meal.
Chief Ndiweni wrote on Twitter suggesting that actually, Matemadanda was the real security threat to the general populace. Ndiweni wrote:
Secretary general of the war veterans has labelled me Chief Ndiweni as a security threat. Question to you Victor Matemadanda is between us. Who is a security threat, considering citizens are now worse off than they were and you sing for your meal,?.
Matemadanda warned Chief Ndiweni yesterday saying that he was playing with fire by inviting sanctions and calling for the removal of president Mnangagwa. He also described Ndiweni as an attention seeker who cannot do anything to influence the removal of president Mnangagwa.
Chief Ndiweni, however, got support from various social media users who argued that Matemadanda and ZANU PF never rebuked Chief Council President Fortune Charumbira who unceasingly has been endorsing president Mnangagwa.
The constitution prohibits traditional authorities to participate in politics.
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