By Stanslous Roy Ruvengo.
Chivi- Howard Madungwe a ZANU-PF youth activist was drunk after drinking two keys an alcoholic drink at Chivi Turn Off Business Centre.
The youth who was wearing a T-shirt written President Emmerson Mnangagwa started talking vulgar and insult people and some of the people could not stomach it started to reprimand him about his behaviour however it seems he could not listen as he sung military songs and warned everyone who can near him saying he was going to kill.This drama took almost 30 minutes and police at a base were called by a local businessman named Stoneshed Chikambure who owns Chicken City and Huruyadzo Nite Club.However the police stopped to arrest him after local councilor Munashe Pwanyai intervention. After the intervention Madungwe told Pwanyai that he was a failure and was part of the G40 failures and he need to be dealt it. A cousins to the councilor warned Madungwe about it, but he Madungwe was adamant and said he listens to people who are aligned to President Mnangagwa not other dogs who barked who talked nothing.
This did not go down well with the cousin of the councilor who became furious and started to beat Madungwe after some minutes he was blood stained all over and the white T-shirt which he was wearing was now red,he removed it his young brother who was amongst the revellers told him to go home,but he refused.Speaking to News Of The South a reveller at Chivi Turn Off who spoke on condition of anomnity said”It seems the excitement and ignorance amongst ZANU-PF youths is going to cause some sort of discomfort amongst people as these young people are harassing people and it’s high time ZANU-PF should do something on this kind of moral amongst it’s youths”
His sentiments was also said by many people at the business centre.
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