Mohadi Is Not Dead – Mnangangwa

President  Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday rubbished the rumors that his deputy, VP Mohadi had died.

This follows after rumors started doing rounds on social media claiming that VP Mohadi had died in SA where he is said to be receiving treatment. VP Mohadi hasn’t been seen in public for a while now further fueling the rumors.

However, President Mnangagwa cleared things up during speech at the Zanu Pf manifesto launch.

“He (VP Mohadi) is not feeling too well. We wish him a speedy recovery,” said President Mnangagwa.

According to a close relative, Mohadi was back in the country and was recovering very well.

“His condition is very stable. There is nothing to worry about.

“He is in Harare. He came back into the country five days ago. He is just on medical rest but could be back at work anytime from now,” said the relative.

Mohadi’s speech at the manifesto launch was read by the party’s national chairperson Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri.

In the speech,  Mohadi said the campaign materials should be distributed to the owners of the party at grassroots levels.

“Thank you for the manifesto, thank you for the regalia and thank you for the campaign cars, these materials are meant for those at the cell level. Those who are in the business of hoarding party materials and abusing party materials be forewarned,” he said.guidance.

“I want to assure you that we are adequately prepared to address challenges that are ahead of us.

“Nothing can stop us from winning, thank you for giving us direction and now our campaign starts in earnest,”

“The applause you heard from the crowd is a clear indication of their unwavering support and faith the people have in you. This would indeed add spark and impetus for the work that we have already started on the ground.”

He said Zanu-PF members should be tolerant of other political parties and shun violence in the coming elections.

“I would also like to emphasise that all party members should campaign peacefully and coexist with other political parties in our fight for political space.

“Remember peace begins with me, peace begins with you and peace begins with all of us,” he said.


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