Mnangagwa Must Tell His Wife That People’s Spirits Are Low And Have No Time For Kindergarten Games
8 October 2019
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First lady Auxillia Mnangagwa playing chess with students at Chipadze Stadium in Bindura on Saturday

Paul Nyathi|With the economic hardships in the country heading for a peak and Zimbabweans moral at its lowest due to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s continued failing economic policies, the President needs to urgently warn his wife to stop her so called “family fun day,” gatherings as people have no time for that.

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s family fun day at Chipadze Stadium in Bindura on Saturday was complete flop as very few people attended the off time event.

The programme, which had been scheduled to start at 10am, started three hours later with mostly schoolchildren and a few bussed Zanu PF supporters in attendance.

The First Lady took almost two hours grilling Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mavhunga and chairperson Kazembe Kazembe, accusing them of failing to properly mobilise people for her event.

“Mnangagwa was not happy with the attendance and she took Mavhunga and Kazembe to task for failing to mobilise supporters to her event. She allegedly fumed as she compared her poorly attended events with those of the former First Lady Grace Mugabe which were fairly attended,” party sources told media at the weekend.

Zanu PF’s Mashonaland Central provincial chairman Kazembe Kazembe and Bindura North lawmaker Kenneth Shupikai Musanhi nearly came to blows after trading sabotage accusations during an inquest into poor attendance at the event.

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.”

Mnangagwa hectored local officials for poor organisation and demanded that political commissar Monica Mavhunga, who’s also the provincial affairs minister, “should be sacked immediately”.