Mliswa Accuses Mutsvangwa of Plotting to topple Chiwenga

Temba Mliswa

By Lloyd Takawira

Controvesial independent Norton member of parliament Honourable Temba Mliswa is at it again, this time accusing war veterans leader and former President Mnangagwa’ advisor Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa of plotting to topple Vice President, Constantine Chiwenga and Zanu PF national chairperson, Oppah Muchinguri.

Mliswa, who has been picking fights with high profile ruling oligarchs such as Police Commissioner General Godwin Matanga, has laid claims against the Zanu PF politiburo member and former Presidential advisor Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa saying, the latter visited the late ZNA commander Lt General Edzai Chimonyo with a proposal to have Rt Gen Chiwenga removed as Vice President of the republic.

“Now for Chris Mutsvangwa’s political debacle. He visited the late General Edzai Chimonyo& told him that they should remove VP Chiwenga and Defence Minister Oppah Muchinguri because they were not good. He, Mutsvangwa would get the VP position as the leader of the Zezuru.” wrote Mliswa on Twitter.

Mliswa further wrote on his microbiologging site that, Ambassador Mutsvangwa is toxic and has presided over the divisions that have been rocking the war-veterans.

“He would later replace ED. Unfortunately, he was recorded, and the chat reported to the leaders. That is why the guy has been so silent& stupid when he speaks. The accusation against @mdczimbabwe over the arresting of War Vets is an example of him seeking to court favour with ED..The veterans have been used for over a long time by politicians. Today we are compensating whites whilst War Veterans are suffering, while Gukurahundi victims have not been paid anything. It’s unfortunate and shameful. Justice should prevail.” wrote Mliswa.

The Norton member of parliament who taunt’s himself as the voice of the voiceless has also been accused of corruption, with exiled Paul Westwood repeatedly claiming that , the member of parliament forced him out of Zimbabwe.

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