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ZANU PF has warned MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai to stop inciting public disorder and anarchy in the country.

This follows the opposition leader’s the May Day address where he said the current economic and political crisis must be escalated to force government to act.

Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere said the former prime minister should zip up and stop inciting violence because the ruling party has no time for “reckless talk”.

“He is a spent force and we won’t spend our time on responding to the rants of a failed and fake politician,” said Kasukuwere adding that “he must just mind his mouth and stop thinking with his feet or else he will invite trouble with the law on his miserable life”.

“We know he thrives on chaos but that strategy is now expired he must go and rest in the political graveyard just like his funders,” he added.

Speaking at May Day celebrations in Harare on Friday, the MDC leader said Zimbabweans must escalate the crisis so that they could find the solution and force president Robert Mugabe to act.

Zimbabwe has struggled with a serious economic crisis for years which has also resulted in political instability.

But the Zanu PF minister responsible for Water and Environment said his party is attending to the national crisis which Tsvangirai wants escalated.

“We are working hard on attending to the economy, empowerment of our people,” he said.

“We are escalating the participation of our people in the ZimAsset programme and not inciting mayhem and calamity as is being proposed by Tsvangirai”.

Source : New Zimbabwe

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