COVID-19: Mnangagwa calls disgruntled citizens terrorists

President Emmerson Mnangagwa called disgruntled citizens 'Terrorists' as he delivered a state of the nations address on the COVID-19 pandemic.

HARARE – In his state of the nation address Tuesday on the COVID-19 outbreak, President Emmerson Mnangagwa referred to citizens unhappy with lockdown as “terrorists”.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa Speech Summary

1) “My government has faced attacks since my inauguration e.g sanctions, economic aggression, drought, COVID-19.” 

2) “We will defeat the attack and bleeding on our economy.” 

3) “We make no apology for fixing our economy across the political, social and economic spectrum.” 

4) “Reforms that will open up the economy and help entrepreneurs are bearing fruits. Corruption at all levels must stop.” 

5) “We will continue to strike a balance between peace and stability and protection of civil rights on the other hand.” 

6) “The dark forces inside and outside our borders have tempered with our growth and development for too long. Let us embrace patriotism, accountability, love and unity.” 

7) “I vow to continue working harder towards the vision we have set out.” 

8) ” Let us defend our country and develop it and not tear it apart by dividing it is people.” 

9)  “Let us press on with hope hand in hand being each other’s keeper. God bless Zimbabwe, God bless you all.” 

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