Thousands of people converged at Siyalima farm in Guruve, Mashonaland Central Province for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first political rally as President where he explained the processes that led to his ascendency to power.
With the mixed sentiments that have been sent out over his ascendancy to power, President Mnangagwa took the opportunity to explain to his audience that his rise to presidency followed due processes of both the revolutionary party constitution and that of the country.
“For a Zanu PF victory, supporters must continue to register under the biometric voters programme for the elections that are set for this July,” said the President.
At the rally, President Mnangagwa revealed that G40 is plotting to fight the new government and that they had a meeting today in Cape Town, South Africa, where they met and discussed how they would proceed with their agenda. He said the meeting was attended by Jonathan Moyo, Savior Kasukuwere, Joice Mujuru and others.
"The troubled G40 members are being funded by the Democratic Institute and they are meeting today in Cape Town, South Africa to find ways of fighting the revolutionary party but they will not win," revealed Cde Mnangagwa.
Mnangagwa was accompanied by the two vice presidents Retired General Constantino Chiwenga and Cde Kembo Mohadi, Zanu PF leadership and legislators. He later donated 20 laptops to Siyalima School and 3 200 chicks for women in the district.
Meanwhile, a source who spoke to My Zimbabwe News have said President Mnangagwa is very correct that G40 followers are meeting today in Cape Town and that they have since sourced over millions and millions of US$ which they intend to use to use to destabilise peace in Zimbabwe.
"I respect President Mnangagwa's intelligence skills. He has since figured out that the G40 is plotting to fight the new government. As was revealed by President Mnangagwa almost 6 months ago in Zanu PF politburo, that Jonathan Moyo is an American CIA spy, he has used his links with the US government to source millions and millions of funds. They are planning to use this money to lure youths who will volunteer to fight President Mnangagwa's government and cause a serious peace instability in the nation.
"They must have finalised their evil project today in Cape Town. Yes it's an evil project because they want thousands of our youths to declare war on our government which they hope to launch next month in March. The good thing is President Mnangagwa is on top of the situation. The army has already been notified and is on high alert. Once G40 launches their agenda, trust me, the army will quash them thoroughly. You will see the army everywhere, manning highway roadblocks, scattered all over the streets of our cities and even in various suburbs, to make sure there won't be any war in Zimbabwe. You shall see all this next month," said a source who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Last month, Jonathan Moyo, a former Higher and Tertiary Education minister, sensationally declared that Zimbabwe will be plunged into bloodshed if the international community fails to remove President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government.
In an interview with Reuters news agency on Friday from an unknown location, Moyo described Mnangagwa’s government as illegitimate while calling for the intervention of the international community. He did not however state whether the source of the “bloodshed” would come from within or outside the country.
Moyo also claimed that Mugabe never signed his alleged resignation letter, claiming he was forced out at gunpoint by the military.