ZANU-PF MP says #Tajamuka and #ThisFlag are not Zimbabwean


The ‘Tajamukas #, This flag’ and other forms of violence that sometimes happens is not characteristic of our country as Zimbabweans.  They should know the background of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) as well as the background of our security services, they are not made of weak steel.  We should uphold the law as Zimbabweans because the Constitution obligates us to do so – [HON. MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] – We should provide constructive criticism in situations where we see that the police is on the wrong side and the police should listen to what the members of the public are saying – [HON. MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] – Right now, we have this thing that we might not discuss much because it is pending at the courts, the spikes.

THE TEMPORARY SPEAKER: Order Hon. Member.  Wind up your debate, you are left with five minutes.

HON. MUDEREDZWA: Yes I am winding up Mr. Speaker Sir.  At one stage, I was driving to Rusape and I saw a female police officer wielding a spike and there were three commuter omnibuses following one after the other, they were driven through the roadblock and all the police officers ran away.  Look at the dangers the police officers are exposed to.  There is a reason why the police officers are also worried.  Mothers and fathers are worried that they are likely to leave their families unattended in the event of them being killed or injured.  So, all of us should find reason and work together towards building our nation.

Mr. Speaker Sir, I would like to conclude by saying, Zimbabweans are hard working, give them space to do what they know better, working hard and building a prosperous nation.  I thank you.


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