Mphoko says it's unacceptable for people who belong to the same party to fight each other
Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, who is also the acting President, has spoken out against the violence that took place at a Zanu-PF meeting at Davies Hall in Bulawayo. War veterans are alleged to have clashed with the youth league, and one of the youth league members was stabbed. Mphoko said that it was unacceptable for people who belong to the same party to fight each other. He also spoke against the people he alleged to be behind the violence.
Speaking in an Interview, Mphoko said:
This country is being ruled by President Mugabe who has been appointed by God and the people of Zimbabwe. We all have to work under the appointed leadership and those who’re not willing to do that can leave the party.Feedback
You can’t say you want to rule a country, yet you poison the young people and allow them to embarrass the leadership. We want people to respect their leadership, work together and solve their differences through dialogue.
It’s unacceptable for people to fight one another, yet they belong to one party. It’s unacceptable.
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