The firebrand politician was responding to Ncube's statements where he accused MDC President Nelson Chamisa of being an unprincipled and immature person.
Said Mawarire, "What is worse calling people stupid or attempting to burn a spouse? Trevor nyarara zvako, you are an arsonist and women abuser. During sixteen days against gender based violence, it is animals like you which need taming."
Trevor Ncube did not respond to Maswarire's accusations.
Ncube had said:
- end justifies the means
- inciting violence allegations
- fear of #August1Inquiry
- lack of sound advice
- totally unprincipled person
- part of life in Nelson Chamisa political bubble
The MDC leader on Thursday evening backtracked on the remarks he made about his supporters who demonstrated on August 1 demanding the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to release results for the presidential election.
Chamisa, had earlier on described the violent August 1 demonstrations by his supporters as stupid and uncalled for in a desperate attempt to cleanse himself of blame for the post-election violence that resulted in the death of six people.
Said Chamisa, "My remarks to condemn those who killed or injured the innocent, burnt cars and destroyed property on 1 August used words that regrettably created the wrong impression. The people have a constitutional right to demonstrate peacefully. Any discomfort caused is sincerely regretted."
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