The national soccer team commonly referred to as the "Warriors" will play Botswana on an Afcon qualifier in Harare.
According to the rules, no one who is not part of the team or management is allowed I to the warriors camp but Nare posted selfies with soccer players including Marvelous Nakamba who is plying his trade in with English club Aston Villa.
The pictures set tongues wagging with journalist Makomborero Mthimkhulu saying she had no business in the team camp.
"Pokello or anyone else with no business with the national team must keep away from the Warriors camp! Simple football business.....no drama," said Mthimkhulu.
Nare, who is step daughter to former minister Ignatius Chombo, defended her pictures saying she was there on the on thr basis of her son's membership to Zifa.
"Iwas there on Football business. And I have authorisation to be there for as long as my son is a member of a Zim soccer national team. Now Save that for your Records," said Nare.
She went further to launch an attack on critics saying, "Your stupidity is untreatable. If my son has the same agent with some of them then of course we have unlimited interaction with them. You chose pictures that would sell your narrative and not the real reason we were there. Stupid!"
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