Sunday 5 November 2017


14:21- First Lady Mugabe rises to address the thousands in attendance and starts with slogans in recognition of the congregants.

14:26 – Dr Mugabe starts by acknowledging the presents of all denominations by name.
14:27 - “Today is your day. We must worship all the time. We have to seek God all the time. We have to understand that we sin, as a people, and that should make us seek God every time.

“We might be coming from different denominations, but the God we are seeking is one. We need to maintain peace. let us pray to God, thanking Him for giving us a leader, President Mugabe who preaches peace all the time.

14:30 – We were under the repression of the British colonial government. We do not forget therefore those who fought for this independence. We do not look at people from an ethnic perspective.

14:31 – “Hatidi kuti vanhu vatitarisire pasi. Imi vanhu vechipositori, tiri vanhu vatinokudza, Tinoda kuti muitewo zvikoro zvenyu, vana vaende kuchikoro. Knowledge is power. Kana wava nefundo, hapana anogona kukuitisa zvausingade, nekuti unenge wava nefundo.

14:32 – Dr Mugabe says people must seek wisdom from God through prayer. She says she respects apostolic congregants and that their white regalia is as white as their hearts.
14:34 – “You work tirelessly. I see you at the borders, yes it might be difficult now because of sanctions.  But Zimbabwe is full of natural resources and the number one natural resource in this country are its people,” says Dr Mugabe.

14:35 – “Everyone in this country is important regardless of your physical stature.
She makes reference to Ephesians, Chapter 2 verse 10 which talks about equality.
14:41 – She says God gives people different gifts, and that was for a purpose.

14:43 – “Haubise VaMugabe nekuti hausiwe wakavapa simba iroro. Unenge usinganzwisise nekuti mweya waMwari ndiwo wati unoda uyu. Vakasarudzwa naMwari VaMugabe, nekuti kana wisdon yavainayo ndeya Mwari. Vane chiremerera chakabva kuna Mwari.

14:44- Hanzi hapana munondo ucharwisana newe ukakukunda. No weapon formed against you shall prevail. Ukapira kuna Mwari matambudziko ese auinwawo, zvose zvinopera
14:46 – Dr Mugabe asserts that God’s plans can not be destroyed by human beings.
14:47 – She condemns those who are out to fight a God-anointed leadership and likens such people to moving graves.

She makes reference to  Proverbs 16:9 which says, ” In their hearts humans plan their course, but the LORD establishes their steps.” But at the end it is God who makes the final plan.

14:49 – She says she always thanks the Lord for everything that she does and achieves, and therefore encourages people to always thank God and pray to God for a plan. She also says those without a vision always try to fight God’s plans.

14:51 – “Hapana asingagone kuverenga ma verse ese aya. Asi kana usina kukomborerwa kutsanangura zviri muBhaibheri imomo haufe wakakomborerwa. Hazviite.
14:52 – First lady acknowledges the support Zanu-PF gets from the apostolic religious sector.

14:52 – She encourages people that although Zimbabwe is under sanctions, they should remain resolute despite those who try to accuse President Mugabe over the economic situation.
14:53 – “Ini handisi munhu anovhaira. Ndinoshanda. Kana muchida ndipei basa, ndinoita mndakasungunguka! Vanhu vanofanira kundinzwa kuti ndinogona basa…ndipei muona,” says Dr Mugabe

 14:55- She revisits her Politburo experience when she joined the body by making reference to how Joice Mujuru faced her demise.
She says at some point she noticed there were some obsessed with chucking others from the party, but she proposed that the party had to chat a new direction focusing on economic issues.
“That is when i said we are a working people and we can not always be a people who import food everytime. That was the time i spoke about this program called ‘Command Agriculture”..I am saying it for the first time.

14:59 – “Vagonhi vakabva vatanga kumhanya nayo, asi vagonhi hapana chandakaona chavakamboita.
President Mugabe vakazoti aiwa, rega ndizvitaura, pama Interface ralies. Baba vakazotaura, kuti ndiFirst Lady.

15:00 – Dr Mugabe makes reference to the erroneous attribution of Command Agriculture to Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa saying she was the proponent of the concept, meant to bring back Zimbabwe to the status of being Africa’s bread basket.
15:02 – Dr Mugabe reveals that VP Mnanagwa as early as 1980 had always harbored ambitions to wrestle power away from President Mugabe.
15:03 – Dr Mugabe says VP Mnangagwa when he looks at the President he does so with an intent eye full of hate.
15:04 – Dr Mugabe also says people should be content with what they have. They should accept who they are.

15:05- “Ane ruchiva murume iyeye (VP Mnangagwa), saka ndataura zva 1980, asi mazuva ese aya ndichigara nababa anoita twunhu twake achida kuvhiringidza. Vana vazhinji vakadzingwa vachidzingiswa naiye. I do not want to be blackmailed. No one is going to silence me. Handisini ndakadzingisa Mai Mujuru. Handisini ndakavatuma kuda kupanduka.
15:06 – She queries where factionalists get time to pursue factionalism when they are supposed to be working for people.
15:08 – Dr Mugabe says President Mugabe is a patient person, and that she also is not perfect as a human being. She says she has adopted orphans and she has assumed the name, “Mafirakureva,” someone out to always the truth.

15:09 – She says she heard about Lacoste and G-40 but failed to get any information about G-40, but she picked that VP Mnangagwa was that much associated with the name Lacoste. She says she confronted him in the Politburo meetings asking him why he was letting this demon of factionalism confuse him.

15:11 – Dr Mugabe says after the Mashonaland Central interface rally, Mnangagwa approached the President complaining about her remarks on him about factionalism. But the President told him the First Lady was a truthful person, but Mnangagwa expressed his cowardice and failed to defend his position over the matter. 
15:17 – Dr Mugabe says at some point together with other women leaders they approached the President with a suggestion to make Cde Shuvai Mahofa (the late) being appointed Minister of Masvingo Province.

At first the President had reservations about Cde Mahofa’s health, but she convinced him to go ahead with the appointment. But VP Mnangagwa was not happy about the appointment. However the VP in the politburo meeting started to deny saying do not listen to barking dogs (imbwa dzinovukura).

15:20 – All these developments, Dr Mugabe says then led to the happenings at the Bulawayo Interface rally held yesterday. She says she had to expose the VP in Bulawayo yesterday.

15:22 “So yesterday, the VP planted people in the crowd (in Bulawayo) to boo me. But i am a hard core. I am made of steel,” says DrMugabe.
15:23 – She says she therefore declared that disciplinary action should be taken against Mnangagwa who was accusing President Mugabe of creating a dynasty, yet the VP left his constituency to his wife, Auxilia.

15:24 – She makes reference to how VP Mnangagwa danced to Jah Prayzah’s song, “Mdhara vachauya” at the Midlands Youth Interface rally, pointing at himself as the “boss to come,” . . .

15:27 – She says after her speech President Mugabe stood up against Mnangagwa and warned him he could drop him as soon as tomorrow, and that was when the Vice President got to know what kind of man President Mugabe was.
15:29 – Dr Mugabe says there were calls for the Zanu-PF constitution to be amended to accommodate a woman as one of the Vice Presidents. She says however not only the constitution can guarantee those positions as everyone is appointed at the mess of the President.
She says it is up to the women to choose who should be appointed vice president.
15:32 – Dr Mugabe says when the constitution was amended, Cde Oppah Muchinguri and Senate President Cde Edina MAdzongwe were in the legal committee but they let it go. However this time around the constitution has to be changed to reclaim the VP position for women.
She warns that women and youths in cahoots with Lacoste are gone!

15:34 – She asserts that Zanu-PF has one center of power, President Mugabe. She also highlights that all positions will be up for contestation at the upcoming Zanu-PF elective congress except the Presidency. All provinces have declared President Mugabe the sole presidential candidate in the 2018 national elections.


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