Zimbabwe Vice President Kembo Mohadi is now back in the country from South Africa where he was receiving treatment for injuries sustained during the Bulawayo bomb blast.
This was revealed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa while addressing party supporters in Mutare (Friday).
He thanked God that party Chairman Oppah Muchinguri was back and alive after the incident before revealing that Mohadi was back.
“We are happy Cde Oppah Muchinguri survived the attack in Bulawayo.
We are happy that Cde Mohadi is now back in the country but two other cadres are still critical.
Mohadi and Muchinguri were injured during the rally and got transported to South Africa where they got further treatment.
VP Mohadi was seriously injured at White City Stadium in Bulawayo last month in a bomb explosion which killed two people and injured 45 others.
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