You Can’t Send A Mosquito To Fight Malaria, ED Is Not Capable Of Fighting Corruption: Chamisa
MDC-T Vice President Nelson Chamisa has slammed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s fight on corruption saying that the law was being selectively applied against political foes. Chamisa accused Mnangagwa of being corrupt as well. The MDC-T vice president also criticised first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa for focusing on public relations instead of actually fixing the hospitals.
Speaking at a rally in Epworth to launch the MDC Alliance campaign, Chamisa said:
You can’t send a mosquito to fight malaria. ED (Mnangagwa) is not capable of fighting corruption because if he was to do so he would have to start with himself.
This business of the first lady running to hospitals to see patients instead of fixing those hospitals will end.
When we get into power by September these hospitals you see will not be death traps. These hospitals will be five-star hospitals…others are going to fake injuries just to get into the hospital.
In recent weeks, Chamisa has been accused of being a Mnangagwa plant embedded into the opposition to further the military’s plans.
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