Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army, Lieutenant General Phillip Valerio Sibanda has warned expelled G40 members of the ruling Zanu PF to desist from bad mouthing the country from foreign lands with intentions to harm peace and tranquility within the country, appealing to citizens to report any suspicious objects or individuals bent on destabilizing the country.
Addressing the media today Josiah Tongogara barracks, Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army Leutenant General Phillip Valerio Sibanda said it is a duty of every Zimbabwean to ensure that malcontents and saboteurs and others of like mind are not allowed to succeed.
“Your Defence and Security Services would like to remind all Zimbabweans to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious objects and individuals to law enforcement agents.
“This is because some of the members of the G40 cabal that had surrounded the former Head of State are now bad mouthing the country from foreign lands where their intentions to harm the country have been pronounced.
“It is therefore the duty of every Zimbabwean to ensure that these malcontents and saboteurs and others of like mind are not allowed to succeed,” said Sibanda.
He called on Zimbabweans to maintain the spirit of peace and tranquility as the country prepares for the 2018 harmonized elections.
“As we prepare for elections in 2018,it is our wish that the campaigning and the voting it self on the day,takes place in an environment of peace and tranquility.
“And here again l want to quote the President where he said in his closing remarks to the ZANU PF Extra Ordinary Congress on 15 December 2017 as he also urged Zimbabweans to remain peaceful before and after elections whereby he said he do not condone any acts of violence,” added Sibanda.
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