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Mutsvangwa Vows To Reduce Mliswa To Size In Election

The 2018 elections promise fireworks in the Norton constituency where incumbent Temba Mliswa faces off agaonst Christopher Mutsvangwa.

Speaking to journalists , President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special advisor Mutsvangwa, said he is confident he will defeat incumbent Norton MP Temba Mliswa in the forthcoming elections.

Mutsvangwa will face Mliswa, an independent candidate, and the MDC Alliance in the polls expected between July and August this year.

Said Mutsvangwa: “Mliswa is just a loud mouth, just wait and see how we are going to reduce him to size. Remember credit should go to MDC-T supporters and war vets who helped him by campaigning in all the wards because they didn’t want [Robert] Mugabe’s rule.”

Mutsvangwa initially lost Zanu-PF primary elections against rival Langton Mutendereki and he petitioned the party’s elections directorate challenging his defeat.

Mutsvangwa won the recently held primary by elections for Norton Constituency, with Zanu PF’s National Political Commissar Retired General Engelbert Rugeje confirming the victory in a statement.

Zanu PF announced the names of the candidates who won the recently held primary by elections held on Thursday, May 10, 2018. The by elections were held following heavy contestation of the party’s initial primary elections results where there were allegations of rigging and ballot stuffing.

Mliswa is on record as saying he would have preferred to face-off against Mutsvangwa after the latter lost the first party primary election.

His wishes have been granted!

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