Temba Mliswa files a police case against ZANU PF official
Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has opened a police case against ZANU PF official Terence Mukupe for alleged violence.
Mliswa tweeted on the 30th of December regarding his fallout with ZANU PF official Terence Mukupe whom he claims, “can’t compete at the level of ideas many of his type degenerate into their default settings of violence.”
In his tweet Mliswa stated that, “ZANU PF doesn’t need such people (Mukupe) they are a weight and drawback to the President as they tarnish the party’s name with their behaviour.”
He went on to question Mukupe’s role in the party. “What role does a militia play in a democratic space? Whose agenda does it advance, certainly not the President’s or the Party’s!”
Mliswa went on to provide conflicted WhatsApp messages of him and Mukupe as evidence of his accusation.
In another tweet Temba wrote “I have opened a police case against Terence Mukupe, a
thug who thinks politics is about violence and crime. When they can’t compete at the level of ideas many of his type degenerate into their default settings of violence.”
In other news – Two armed robbers arrested in Kwekwe
Two armed robbers Daniel Mubaiwa (26) and Gilbert Madhami (27) were arrested today [Monday] for allegedly break in and robbery at plot 24 Amaveni, Kwekwe on Saturday.
The duo entered the master bedroom, broke the gun cabinet and took two grant power rifles, Beretta pistol, FN pistol, jewelry, three iphones,12 cellphones and an Apple ipad, Bulawayo24.com has learnt. Learn More