- January 9, 2020
- Posted in LOCAL
Norton Member of Parliament Hon Temba Peter Mliswa has threatened to expose all the leaders of the notorious machete gangs who have savaged the mining sector through killings, robberies, and theft.
Through his official Twitter handle, the Norton legislator said that he will be naming and shaming all those involved in machete debacles without fear or favour in the country’s national Parliament.
You have crossed the line and I will work to expose all. All those involved, in Parliament i will be naming and shaming, be they generals or what. Isu takafa kudhara and fear nothing.
— Hon. Temba P. Mliswa (@TembaMliswa) January 9, 2020
Mliswa also threatened to expose Zanu PF legislator for Chegutu West Dexter Nduna for leading killings of people and using unscrupulous ways to rig elections.
“For Nduna, each dog has its day. You can lead the killing of people and use crafty ways to get back in after Losing elections but one day God comes in with a natural force that is above all human initiatives. The mere fact that you have been arrested should tell you something.
You have crossed the line and I will work to expose all. All those involved, in Parliament, I will be naming and shaming, be they generals or what. Isu takafa kudhara and fear nothing” said Mliswa.
This came after the Norton Legislator praised the move by the police in arresting several machete gang members, the firebrand legislator also applauds the move by police to arrest Chegutu West Legislator Dexter Nduna who was recently arrested for mining gold without a prospecting license.
According to Mliswa the move by the police to arrest machetes gangs will restore sanity in the small scale and artisanal mining sector which has been tainted by the activities of these gangs which others have gone on to label a matter of state security.
Recently Nduna together with Zanu PF’s Mashonaland West Youth Chairperson Vengai Musengi and police acting officer commanding Chegutu District Sup Wonder Chisikwa allegedly extracted gold ore at the David Whitehead waste deposit site in Chegutu a day before machete attackers’ leader was shot dead by the police.