Harare- Under fire Zimbabwe President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared his administration will not be distracted from pursuing its objectives by rogue Zimbabweans acting in cahoots with foreign embassies.
In a surprise special address to the nation from State House this morning in the wake of fierce local and foreign criticism which followed government’s brutal crackdown on organisers of foiled anti-government protests, Mnangagwa declared “enough is enough”, insisting his administration has not been given a chance since inception to pursue its programmes uninterrupted.
“Those who promote hate and disharmony will never win and the bad apples that have attempted to divide our people…will never win. We make no apologies for fixing our systems across, political, social and economic spectrum…” said the Zimbabwean leader.
Mnangagwa was adamant that Zimbabwe’s security forces, “will carry out with strictness and resolve” against what he described as terrorist opposition groupings.
He added “dark forces both inside and outside our borders have tampered with our growth for too long” adding, “Enough is enough…will defend it from all form of attack.”
Mnangagwa has been under attack for various reasons which include human rights violations and failure to deal with corruption.
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