ZANU PF secretary for Information and Publicity Simon Khaya Moyo said that his party is not bothered by utterances attributed to MDC president Nelson Chamisa.
Chamisa reportedly told party delegates at the just ended elective Congress in Gweru that the party will mobilise people to protest against the deteriorating economic situation in the country.
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Addressing journalists in Harare on Monday, Khaya Moyo said:
Zanu-PF wishes to reiterate to the generality of the population that it will never be deterred by such flimsy acts of cowardice and threats of banditry as it will steadfastly remain resolute on the pronounced economic agenda which intends to spur the nation to an upper-middle-income economy by the year 2030.
Instead of continuing to hallucinate in the wilderness, Chamisa should rather join hands with progressive forces with a bid to transforming the nation’s economic endeavours.
The ruling revolutionary party, Zanu-PF notes with utmost contempt and certainly grave concern, the Saturday, May 25, 2019, an irrational and unstrained outburst by MDC-Alliance leader Chamisa, on the occasion of his party’s congress at Ascot Stadium where he declared his intentions to unleash war to the nation soon after the so-called Congress.
Having such disgusting sentiments pronounced on Africa Day is not only retrogressive but irresponsible. Such a statement is an indictment of what Nelson Chamisa and his rogue elements represented.
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Simon Khaya Moyo is a politician and spokesperson of Zanu-PF and the former Minister of Energy and Power Development. He is a former ambassador of Zimbabwe to South Africa. Read More About Simon Khaya Moyo