“I was scared that my vehicle, which was already hit, would be set on fire. The other cars belonging to Khupe and Chief Ndlovu were also hit. So, I dashed out of the building to save my car and the same was done by Khupe’s driver who was unfortunately hit by a missile on his forehead and was bleeding profusely. He is in hospital right now.”
Chief Nhlanhla Khayisa Ndiweni told a group of people gathering outside the king’s offices in the city that they should not feel defeated but victorious following a High Court order declaring the installation of a Ndebele king as unconstitutional.
The extension was made in a notice signed by President Donald Trump on Friday, March 2, 2018, which stressed that the situation in Zimbabwe has not yet transformed following the removal of Robert Mugabe from power.
MDC-T Alliance spokesperson Professor Welshman Ncube said they believe that Chamisa will beat the ruling Zanu PF’s candidate, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was helped by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces to unseat long-time ruler Robert Mugabe.
Effie Dlela Ncube, spokesperson of the Royal Crown Trust that is overseeing the installation of Prince Bulelani Lobhengula Khumalo, said they will convene an urgent meeting to map the way forward amid with indications that the event may go ahead despite the court ruling.