“Things are not going to change. Nothing will be different, ZANU-PF is in power and will continue in power ... Wherever we go in all provinces, there are multitudes of people, so why should we fight with puppies (opposition parties). Let them bark and continue to bark."
“We want to challenge that and we want that money frozen so that they do not use it until the matter on who the real MDC-T are is settled at the High Court. Our lawyers are working on it, but am not in a position to tell when they are filing the papers, but soon.”
The Zimbabwean president noted that he received intelligence reports indicating that some people, who allegedly bribed voters in the primary elections, want to get rid of him if he wins the presidential election.