He also blasted Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi for protecting murderers adding that he was a useless Justice Minister.
Here is what transpired:
HON. T. MLISWA: I rise on a point of privilege Madam Speaker. Madam Speaker, a very good afternoon to you.
THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Good afternoon.
HON. MLISWA: Madam Speaker, I rise to register my displeasure and to equally seek guidance from you as the Chair on how far Members of Parliament can go in enjoying the privileges and immunities that are there. The reason why I am saying so is that I am under threat by Hon. Nduna after he confessed that he has killed many people – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] – whilst he has killed many people, he equally has threatened to kill me. So, I want to understand whether this is how Parliament and Parliamentarians must act. My life is under threat, not only is it under threat – [AN HON. MEMBER: Wawakatuka ndiani?] – [AN HON. MEMBER: Nyarara iwe.] – Madam Speaker, you know who is making noise, can you be firm…
THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Order, order! Have you finished Hon. Mliswa?
HON. MLISWA: Madam Speaker – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections] – Muchataura zvenyu, nenyaya dzenyu dzekudanana nevakadzi vepa Parliament – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.]
THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon. Mliswa, go ahead. Order, Order, Hon. Mliswa, may you approach the Chair.
Hon. Mliswa approached the Chair.
HON. MLISWA: Thank you Madam Speaker. The remarks by Hon. Nduna of killing people in a country which is under scrutiny for violence, especially allegations that there are ex-defence forces people who were in civilians who were armed who killed people. Is it not the likes of Hon. Nduna because the police and the army are exonerated – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.]
HON. NDUNA: I object. Ndichitukwa here.
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