NORTON MP, Temba Mliswa said President Robert Mugabe should take his wife Grace for anger management counselling, bring back their children to their traditional home and then apologize to the South Africans for the violence caused by his spouse.
Grace, last weekend, allegedly beat up and injured a young South African woman who was partying with her two boys at an up market hotel in Johannesburg.
Gabriella Engels, aged 20, reported Grace to the police after sending out pictures of wounds on the head and in the forehead.
Engels claimed that she was attacked by Grace with an extension cord after finding her in a hotel with her sons, Robert Jnr and Chatunga.
Addressing journalists at a press conference, Mliswa said anger management was the solution to Grace’s bahaviour.
“I too once had the anger that she has, but I sought God and I went for anger management,” said Mliswa who was speaking as the leader of the Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard).
“You see that the first lady is always hyper even when addressing rallies, she has issues and these can only be dealt with through anger management. It is unfortunate that this thing has happened but let us come up with solutions,” said Mliswa.
The former Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson said Mugabe’s sons who were also recently relocated from Dubai after they were found in possession of drugs are better off in Zimbabwe than misbehaving in foreign countries.
“It is my appeal to the first family to have their sons in Zimbabwe; you are better off at home.
“Here in Zimbabwe at their rural home there are Aunties and grandparents who are the custodians of the Gushungo culture and it is important that they be part of the culture of upbringing,” he said.
Mliswa said after all this, Grace should then apologise to the family of the girl who she brutalized.
“Apologize and say to the family sorry for what happened, if it did happen, that is not the way it should have happened,” Mliswa said.
more recommended stories
BA to resume South Africa flights after mounting political pressure
JOHANNESBURG – After mounting political pressure.
SA President Ramaphosa says ANC’s poor election performance is a lesson
President Cyril Ramaphosa says as much.
Sudan’s Hamdok says he returned to safeguard economic gains
Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said.
Kenya to deny state services to unvaccinated people
The Kenyan government plans to introduce.
10 shot dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests
Sudanese security forces shot dead at.
Islamic State group (IS) says it carried out Uganda attack
The so-called Islamic State group (IS).
Triple suicide bombers in Uganda capital kill three civilians, wound dozens
A triple suicide bombing killed at.
Libya prosecutor opposes Gaddafi’s presidential bid
Libya’s military prosecutor, Mohamed Gharouda, has.