Zanu PF terrorist group threatens to kill Biti and Mangoma
Harare – Zanu PF terrorist group masquerading as lobby outfit, AAG Vice President Themba Mliswa has threatened to confront and force Tendai Biti and Elton Mangoma to release funds to new farmers who benefited from the Robert Mugabe land reform.
He said the two ministers were sabotaging the inclusive government by refusing to channel $500 million acquired from the IMF towards agriculture.
Biti Ministers of Finance and Elton Mangoma is in charge of Economic Development
"The two ministers are sabotaging the successful land reform programme. They are reluctant to disburse the IMF funds towards agriculture.
We want to warn them that we are not going to let them sabotage the economy by refusing to give farmers loans, we are definitely going to take action against them ………..we can kill people", he said. "We want these politicians not to politicise the issue of agriculture because it’s a national food issue.”
"Farmers do not have anything to give banks as collateral because they have not been making profits over the past five years because of illegal sanctions."
Themba Mliswa became a Zanu PF thug after he was denied entry into the United Kingdom for defrauding the country’s immigration department.
He is a close friend of former junior information Minister Bright Matonga and they run a UK based online newspaper The Zimbabwe Guardian, formerly known as Talkzimbabwe.
Early this year a gun battle erupted on at Chegutu’s Stockdale Farm, which was invaded by senate president Edna Madzongwe, leading to the arrest of the farm owner Peter Etheredge
The chaos erupted after the former sports personality turned politician Temba Mliswa defied an order by the Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara to stop the illegal farm invasions.
The Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has warned to take over Nestle Zimbabwe if it continues to refuse to buy milk from First Lady, Grace Mugabe.
Meanwhile farm equipments distributed last year by Reserve bank Governor Gideon Gono to the Police Protection Unit (PPU), are lying idle at Tomlinson Depot as the beneficiaries have nowhere to put them.
PPU is responsible for escorting the Presidential motorcade guarding diplomats and Zanu PF ministers and senior party officials.
To persuade them to remain loyal last year the Reserve Bank Governor gave each one of them an ox-drawn scotch-cart, generator, a harrow, ox-drawn plough and knapsack sprayer. All these are lying idle in the police camp.
According to police officers who benefited from that programme, they were just given the farm implements without soliciting for them.
"Everyone in the PPU department was given a full set of the equipment. Most of us sold the implements because we had nowhere to put them. We do not have farms and the Government bribed us with these irrelevant things,” said one police officer who is left with a scotch cart which has no wheels.
"Last year was a difficult year and we benefited from selling the equipment, which we traded at give away prices to real farmers who were supposed to benefit.
Scotch cart wheels were sold to car owners and I am planning to sell the scotch cart body to the members of the apostolic church who are bothering me,” said another police officer who is part of the presidential guard at state house.