Mliswa savages “useless” POLAD
By Dylan Murambgi
NORTON legislator, Temba Mliswa has slammed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s useless Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) platform members for failing to field any candidate for the by-elections due to take place Saturday.
The remarks come shortly after trop media entrepreneur, Trevor Ncube this week condemned another Mnangagwa’s dialogue platform, Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) and immediately renounced his membership saying the latter lacks meaningful vision and direction.
Rattled by the failure to pursue political seriousness after failing to field a single candidate, Mliswa charged at the platform saying it is directionless.
“Elections are here and how many candidates contesting belong to the more than 18 parties under the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD)?
“Their absence is the latest indictment of how that platform isn’t really a serious vehicle for political dialogue in this for this country.
“They just took the benefits, money, vehicles and all and now are nowhere to be seen. Where are they? They benefitted from taxpayers’ money