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Mugabe was better: VP Chiwenga’s brother attacks Mnangagwa

Talent Chiwenga, a well known Harare Pastor and relative to VP Constantino Guvheya Chiwenga has come out guns blazing against President Mnangagwa accusing him of failing to provide leadership during the Cyclone Idai tragedy that ravaged eastern parts of Zimbabwe last week.

Chiwenga said President Mnangagwa is an emotionless person whose standards are far below that of his mentor and former boss, Mr Cde Robert Mugabe.

Said Pastor Chiwenga:

“Our President had to have a speech written for him to be able to convey his consoling message. He failed to speak from his heart because he does not feel any sympathy. At least Former President Mugabe was better he would speak from his heart.

VP Chiwenga’s cousin brother added:

“Even if Mugabe was lying at least we all agreed that he would speak. This current one even fails to lie,” Chiwenga said



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