SUSPECTED Zanu-PF youths on Wednesday cornered fearless Ntabazinduna’s traditional chief, Nhlanhla Felix Ndiweni and threatened to seize his government-issued motor vehicle in Bulawayo.
Witnesses say Chief Ndiweni asked to collect his belongings from the back of the car so he could hand it over to them, before he surprisingly picked a jerry can and poured fuel on the vehicle, threatening to burn it.
The Zanu-PF youths fled for their lives, leaving the chief to drive off.
Ndiweni attracted the ire of ZANU PF leaders over his Mnangagwa remarks with Matemadanda warning that the popular traditional leader was playing with fire.
Ndiweni has also called for more sanctions on Zimbabwe saying the current government had brought more misery to the majority.
He also accused war veterans deputy minister Victor Matemadanda of singing for his supper, after Matemadanda had said the chief was now a security threat.