She said the anti-rally camp cited current heavy rains pounding the country confirming deep rooted divisions in the party.
She addressed a rally packed with school children at St Johns Primary School.
"There were some people who are here who did not want this rally to go ahead.
" They came to blows and insulted each other while organising the rally.
"Some said its raining, but i said if it rains throughout the year, then what.
"Its possible that it might not stop. I said rain or what am going to Buhera" she said amid thunderous applause.
However, she later said the women's league is united.
"Musanyeperwe, as women, we are united. Of course there are divisive elements but we have resolved to approach and deal with rumour mongers".
"We are a revolutionary party".
She warned party members bent on disrupting Zanu PF activities that she is watching and targeting them.
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