Mnangagwa was confronted by a crowd about the rising cost of meat on Friday, and then drew howls of disapproval after telling residents of Kuwadzana in Harare to eat vegetables instead.
Mnangagwa had just participated in a clean-up exercise, which he decreed for the first Friday of every month, when he addressed a small crowd of youths.
The President soon found himself having to respond to a string of grievances from the crowd including the rising coast of meat and other things.
His response to concerns on meat prices, in particular, stunned the crowd after he said they should consider a diet change and go green.
“Doctors highly recommend vegetables. Doctors want you to use vegetables as relish so that you stay strong and in good health,” Mnangagwa said amid a chorus of disapproving howls from the crowd.
“You disagree? Well, I follow doctors’ orders and I eat vegetables. Vitamins are found in vegetables and potatoes.”
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