Independent Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has accused the President Emmerson Mnangagwa of aping the late founding President Robert Mugabe.
Mliswa who has of late been siding with disgruntled war veterans who were recently arrested after they picketed at finance minister Professor Mthuli Ncube’s office demanding better pensions, said Mnangagwa had not done anything tangible and respectable since assuming power in 2017.
“The new dispensation has criminally sought to court favour by disavowing the Mugabe regime and its failure to look after veterans, but it’s a fallacy to allege that they are different. They are one and the same thing, equally culpable and to blame,” said Mliswa.
The motormouth politician further claimed that Mnangagwa’s administration has all been rhetorical and political without action.
“More damning for them is that even after its own assumption of power it has still failed to do anything tangible and respectable for them. It has all been rhetorical and political. However the best propaganda is to actually act,” added Mliswa