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    Violence as Chinotimba chases war vets from Heroes Acre

    Joseph Chinotimba


    BUHERA – Re-elected Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba created drama at the Buhera District Heroes' Acre in Murambwi under Chief Nyashanu on Monday when he chased away six war veterans for being sell-outs.
    The war veterans had to run for dear life after Chinotimba declared that anyone who supported an independent candidate was a sell-out and therefore did not deserve to be present at a function led by Zanu PF.
    Ironically Heroes' Day events are for all Zimbabweans regardless of political affiliation.
    The 'sell-outs' were pursued by the youth. The war veterans were attacked for supporting an independent Ngonidzashe Mudekunye who stood against Chinotimba in the national elections on July 30 2018.
    Moffart Gondowe is one of the war veterans who ran for dear life.
    "MuZanu PF hatidi vatengesi nevapanduki even war veterans who go against the party are sell-outs and should be treated as such. People like Gondowe should not be seen on events like these because they support opposition," said Chinotimba.
    Chinotimba also instructed the youths to attack Chief Chamutsa and they almost took away his chieftainship badge and tried to block him from attending the Heroes' Day celebrations.
    The function was also marred by low turnout.

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