Zanu PF’s Mashonaland Central provincial chairman Kazembe Kazembe and Bindura North MP Kenneth Shupikai Musanhi nearly came to blows on Saturday after accusing each other of sabotage during an inquest into poor attendance at an event for first lady, Auxillia Mnangagwa.
Saturday’s event in Bindura was supposed to be a family fun day which she said was designed to “promote economic development through sport tourism.” however there were delays to the starting time and there was a poor turnout.
The first Lady is said to have demanded answers and asked for heads to roll over the poor attendance.
A source who attended the meeting told ZimLive:
“Kazembe and Musanhi exchanged harsh words and were literally restrained to avoid a physical altercation. There was a dispute over who was to blame over the low turnout.
“Musanhi at one point told Kazembe that ‘ndokum*’, and he in turn shot back saying, ‘age haina basa topedzarana pa fight’ (age doesn’t matter, let’s settle this in a fight). They were restrained by Mashonaland Central provincial state intelligence officers.”