President Mnangagwa humiliated again. Mnangagwa was supposed to address party supporters before gracing a graduation ceremony at the Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE)
President Emmerson Mnangagwa was again left with egg on his face after only a handful of Zanu-PF supporters turned up at the Zimbabwe Republic Police grounds in Bindura where he was scheduled to speak on Friday, forcing state security agents to dismantle the podium.
NewsDay reports that although several buses were lined up to carry supporters to the venue, only a paltry crowd managed to attend, forcing security agents to dismantle the podium.
Politburo member and Bindura North Legislator Kenneth Shupikai Musanhi, who was part of the mobilising team, claimed that Mnangagwa came earlier than expected before people arrived.
” Yes, a handful people were attendance because the President came earlier than we expected, but after lunch, the ground was packed and we told people to go back home because the president had left the province after the graduation,” Musanhi said.
Sources who spoke to the publication said that Mnangagwa disembarked from his motorcade and only greeted the supporters and left. ”It was really embarrassing, the security removed the podium as quickly as possible after they realised that Mnangagwa would not address a handful of party supporters.
”Mnangagwa who was in the same car with Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mavhunga, disembarked and chanted a slogan before assuring them that he would return to address the provincial problems which will continue to tear the party apart,” the source said.
The embattled leader was also subjected to similar humiliation last month when he addressed a near-empty, 1 800-seater auditorium at the 74th United Nations General Assembly.
Source – iHarare
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