The Deputy Minister of Defence and War Veterans Welfare, Cde Victor Matemadanda has warned Chief Felix Ndiweni saying that he must stop meddling in politics or face the full wrath of the law. Chief Ndiweni made claims to the effect that President Mnangagwa will leave office soon, and Cde Matemadanda warned that the traditional leader’s utterances will not be taken lightly.
“That is a security threat, why does he have to say the President’s term of office will end soon, does he have soldiers or is he training an army? He must leave President Mnangagwa alone and stop such attention seeking behaviour,” Cde Matemadanda warned.
The Ntabazinduna chief also called on Western countries to impose more sanctions against the country, claiming the existing embargoes were ‘tiny [and] served as measures to make those in authoritative positions see sense.’
Cde Matemadanda, who is also the Secretary General for the war veterans’ body, also torn into Nelson Chamisa's presumed hiring of top lawyers to challenge his MDC Presidential nullification. He said nothing will come out of Chamisa and his MDC’s hiring of top lawyers like Advocate Thabani Mpofu to challenge the High Court ruling on his presidency, as Advocate Mpofu has failed them in the past.
“Advocate Mpofu once promised the opposition leadership heaven on earth that he will provide v11 forms as evidence that Chamisa won the 2018 presidential elections but dismally failed to deliver at the end of the day. For Mpofu to claim that it will be a walk over is absurd and his sentiments are meant to hype and incite people for nothing, they did on the presidential contest and they failed and for them to think they will railroad the courts this time around is unfortunate,” he said.
Cde Matemadanda added that the MDC is being led by a very ambitious leader in the name of Nelson Nhamisa who needs extensive counselling that being a president requires a lot of patience and maturity.
“It is unfortunate that Chamisa is not a person who accepts anything but only what he wants and feels. He is driven by wrong ambitions, he must calm down and respect the law of the country which wishfully thinks he can rule one day. Just image with such kind of a leader in the event that he becomes president, a president who does not respect the law, this country will become ungovernable. Chamisa is monster in the making, so people should be wary of this autocratic kind of a leader,” added Cde Matemadanda.