The First Lady, Auxillia Mnangagwa, was on Friday afternoon reportedly booed by a crowd of bystanders in Masvingo.
The incident happened as she entered and exited a supermarket in the city.
Mnangagwa had visited Masvingo to assess the drugs situation at Masvingo General Hospital in her role as an ambassador for the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
263Chat sources claim that Mnangagwa was greeted by a few people as she entered an OK supermarket. When she exited the shop, some people began to boo her, though a few were ululating.
An eyewitness who spoke to 263Chat had this to say:
I was at OK with her doing and she was doing her shopping with her super security all over the place.
Passerbys vabva vambomira kufamba vachiona and only a few people were ululating.
When she was about to leave, people some started booing her showing their displeasure but she seemed unbothered as she went to her car, waving with a fist.
Commentators have advised the First Lady to stick to her philanthropic role and not venture into government business like her predecessor, Grace Mugabe, who became highly unpopular for usurping the roles of government officials.
The calls where made when Mnangagwa roasted officials at the government’s dispensary, NatPharm, for alleged incompetence.