Dismissed former Zanu PF Chivi South legislator and businessman Killer Zivhu has said while there is no problem with Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Government dethroning him for ‘mentioning about dialogue’, the ruling party must desist from insulting God’s anointed ones.
He described the move by the ruling Zanu PF Government as nonsensical.
Zivhu’s sentiments come after Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa Saturday penned a strong-worded statement attacking the country’s clerics to raising concern over the economic crisis bedeviling Zimbabwe.
“Zvirinani mudzinge vana (You would rather dismiss the likes of) Killer Zivhu if they mention about dialogue not to insult Bishops,” said the former parliamentarian.
“Hamudaro vazodzwa vaMwari (you cannot be seen doing this to God’s anointed ones). On this one I don’t support nonsense ityai Mwari politics dzinopera,” charged Zivhu.
The dethroned former Chivi South legislator was dismissed from Zanu PF after he reportedly attempted to organise a meeting between First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa and opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s wife, Sithokhozile.
After he was dismissed from Zanu PF, Zivhu maintained allegiance to the ruling party and even offered to support the ruling party candidate who will contest in the Chivi South by-elections.