Grace Mugabe says she can teach youths to make money because she has boosted the coffers of the Women’s League from $49 to $200 000


First Lady Grace Mugabe today she wanted today’s youths to be business minded and make money. As an example she had boosted the coffers of the Women’s League from $49 which she inherited when she took over to $200 000 and next year there will be more than $1milion in the account.

Speaking at the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front interface rally in Bulawayo, Grace Mugabe once again reiterated that Jonathan Moyo  who is accused to embezzlingmoney from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund had no case to answer.

The same applied to national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere.

“Please don’t use your positions to fight your wars. I am the First Lady I have never used my position to gain unfair advantage,” she said.

She said she was aware that some elements were paid money to boo her as she speaks and she doesn’t care if they are to do that.

“I don’t care whether you boo me or you were paid to boo me but I will say it as it is even if you bring soldiers with guns I will say the same thing.”

Grace Mugabe said Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was the root cause of factionalism and it’s high time he is taken to a disciplinary hearing.

”I am leading the calls. So many people have been fired,” she said.



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