“Heed Matemadanda’s Statements”: Opposition MDC Warned
Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ), Raymond Majongwe said that the opposition should not take lightly the utterances made by war veterans secretary-general Victor Matemadanda.
Matemadanda stroked a raw nerve yesterday when he called on Parliament to amend the constitution so that the minimum age for a Presidential candidate be raised from the current 40 years to 52 years.
The war veterans did not explain why they settled for 52 years and this has been construed as a way to block MDC president Nelson Chamisa from contesting in the next presidential election since he will be 45 years old in 2023.
Writing on microblogging site Twitter, Majongwe said:
“Cdes,Matemadanda is not just an ordinary Warvet. He was instrumental in removing Mugabe so his statements cannot be dismissed as hogwash. Take those statements seriously.”
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