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Norton MP Temba Mliswa goes after business tycoon Mutumwa Mawere

Norton MP Temba Mliswa goes after business tycoon Mutumwa Mawere. During a heated Twar on Thursday Mliswa said, “Mawere is the God-Father of looting state assets SMM etc. He decided to dabble in politics and thought he could dictate who should gain Zimbabwe Presidency and got his fingers burnt. Business and politics shouldn’t mix.

Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has accused South African based business tycoon Mutumwa Dziva Mawere of seeking to use his business empire to dictate who was going to be a President in Zimbabwe.

He’s a thoroughly bitter man. He really dug his own grave; his era is done. Let’s rather focus on the more positive and productive and avoid being sidetracked.” Mawere and Mliswa have a long history of clashing on social media.

Responding to Mliswa’s attack Mawere said, “Zimbabwe Presidency should be the business of voters and as such you would know what is fiction and fact when a single individual becomes targeted for dabbling in politics of the order imagined by your mind. What business are you really in when private people like Westwood are crying?

Mutumwa Mawere

“I hope it will never be too late for maturity to be alive in your DNA to recognize that more is expected from an elected representative to ensure that constitutionalism becomes the order of the day. What is your purpose in Parly apart from using public power for private interests.”

One business Westwood has always written about Temba Mliswa alleging that he stole his business and attempted to rape his wife.

Source – Bulawayo 24 News

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