Announcing the event on Facebook Ngulube said, "This Friday 17 at 9 AM we are meeting at Nkomo statue to March is solidarity with Chief Ndiweni. ZANU PF should respect our Chief."
The March is being organised at the backdrop of an orchestrated onslaught at the firebrand Chief by the state and ZANU PF .
The War Veterans Secretary general Victor Matemadanda on Monday warned Chief Ndiweni against interfering in political matters or risk being removed as Chief.
On Wednesday ZANU PF youth masquerading as members of the dreaded Central Intelligence organisation attempted to grab Ndiweni's car only to run away after Ndiweni doused the car with fuel.
Ndiweni's woes began when he wrote a joint letter with Chief Maduna calling for the United nations to intervene in the resolution of the Guguruhandi genocide matter.
Recently Ndiweni called for more sanctions to be added upon the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa who he terms an illegitimate President.
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