Temba Mliswa: Imagine a parliament with myself, Biti, Chin’ono and Chinotimba.
He made the remarks while discussing the ruling party’s recent threats to take Chin’ono’s goats which they say he benefitted from a government project but failed or neglected to pass on to other farmers. Chin’ono refutes the claims.
Norton legislator, Temba Mliswa, has suggested that the Parliament would be “live” if it had himself, Hopewell Chin’ono (journalist), Tendai Biti (former Finance Minister), Joseph Chinotimba (ZANU PF MP for Buhera South).
Mliswa, a former ZANU PF legislator, said the attacks were mere propaganda. He said: Having seen the concerted attacks against @daddyhope by state media and other organs my message to him is to be strong. It shows how big you have become @daddyhope (Hopewell Chin’ono). The same happened with me but the more I got arrested& harassed the more I got popular.
In my years as a politician what I have learnt is that the public isn’t stupid as to be swayed by such contrived state propaganda. They can see through it and understand the reasons behind it all. Just stick with the truth and you will be vindicated.
People can see through all the propaganda and machinations. You have to develop a thick skin and withstand it all. If I were you I would go for a constituency now because state media is already campaigning for you.
With your robust and articulate approach to national issues I can only imagine what Parliament would be like with you in it with the likes of Biti, Chinotimba, myself in it. It would be livelier and robust. God is the biggest judge @daddyhope & in due time will rule.
It’s also unfortunate to have state media marshalled against a private citizen because of national issues they have raised. This is abuse of power and offices. Mliswa also said respect for property rights is already an issue in Zimbabwe, therefore, inflaming it again will only make things worse.
Source – Pindula News
In other news – Strive Masiyiwa surpasses Motsepe to become the richest black man in Southern Africa
Strive Masiyiwa’s new title is thanks to the year-to-date price increase in the shares of his telecom company, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, and his smart-tech company, Cassava Smartech.