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Mandiitawepi Chimene

....Chimene warns as she endorses Porusingazi for Chipinge South

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CHIPINGE - The Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Mandiitawepi Chimene has warned people against working to remove Zanu PF and President Robert Mugabe, claiming doing that amounted to idolatry which will incite God's wrath come Judgement Day.
In a public address replete with religious allusions during the official opening of Molusi Meats abattoir at Checheche growth point last week, Chimene said Zanu PF was a blessed party which enjoyed God's recognition.
She said the ruling party was eternal and claimed that God will take consideration during final judgement if one dies a loyal Zanu PF supporter.
"Mukabata musangano weZanu PF zvakanaka munochemberaramo, mofiramo pakuzomuka paye ndofunga unomukiremo futi. Mwari vachazokubvunza kuti waizikanwa nezvei wozonzi waizikanwa nezvekupanduka.
"Many people think this will end here, Judgement Day is coming and no one of you knows exactly what will be considered. Muchatongwa nezvese, because what I know is God gave us a leader, saka iwe ukuisa wako uchibvisa waMwari ndokunamata zvidhori kuye kunotaurwa," said Chimene
She said it was therefore wise to remain under President Robert Mugabe and his administration through thick and thin because changing the leadership would disrupt continuity.
"Kuchinja MP kana President kwakangofanana nekuchinja mukadzi, anouya achingochinja zvinhu zvese zvese. Saka ngatingoshinga nezvatinazvo tongoramba takabatirira pana VaMugabe. There are people who are promising bogus things. Where were they all along? Let's finish our struggle while sticking to our current leader.
"As Minister of State, I have left you Enoch Porusingazi as your 2018 candidate," she said.politics

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