Mlala responds to Dube, defends liberation war credentials

6 years agoTue, 04 Jul 2017 03:40:37 GMT
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Mlala responds to Dube, defends liberation war credentials

George Mlala who is deputy chairperson of a rebel war veterans’ faction led by Mandi Chimene has dismissed claims by War Veterans Minister Tshinga Dube that he did not participate in the liberation struggle.

Said Mlala:

I don’t know what he (Dube) means when he questions my war credentials. I was vetted, and after all, he is not the right person to say that or question me. I am not fond of talking to the media about people’s war history. That is not what is important, but if he wants me to, I will tell it about him. He knows me, and I know him. I am not a bogus war veteran.

My credentials are very clear. I came back to Zimbabwe in 1980 having finished training at the end of 1973 before deployment. I was in the frontline in 1974, I was in Mozambique in 1976 and in 1978 I was in Lusaka. In 1979, I was still in Zambia and in 1980 I came here commanding the disabled and we opened the Ntabazinduna Hlangabeza rehabilitation centre.

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