By Jane Mlambo| Barely a day after banning public gatherings of over 100 people due to the coronavirus pandemic, President Emmerson Mnangagwa is currently in Manicaland where he is set to address thousands of party supporters in what shows his lack of seriousness in tackling the virus that has claimed thousands of lives worldwide.
According to the Herald, Mnangagwa is in Manicaland where he just commissioned a new pump house for the Nyakomba irrigation Scheme, Nyanga.
He will proceed to address a Zanu-Pf rally at Bumhira Secondary School where thousands of supporters are already gathered.
Mnangagwa was accompanied by Defence Minister Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Cde Monica Mutsvangwa, Agriculture Minister Cde Perrance Shiri and Manicaland Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba.
Suspiciously the Japanese Ambassador who was expected to also address the Nyanga North community did not show up with Shiri reading his speech.