By Staff Reporter
Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has called on churches to spare a moment this coming Sunday and pray for first lady Grace Mugabe so that she can get delivered from anger following a debacle with a South African model Gabriella Engels.
The outspoken Mliswa who was briefing the press on a number of wide-ranging issues revealed that he was once a victim of anger but got delivered through counselling.
“I too at some point had the anger, that she has but I sought God, and I know you might think that I’m being funny. You see, the first lady is always hyper even when addressing rallies she has issues and this can only be dealt with through anger management.
“I don’t celebrate her down fall because she is the first lady I want to offer a solution, anger management and prayer, I went through Bishop Pashapa because and it worked through God,” said Mliswa.
The fitness trainer-cum politician added that President Robert Mugabe’s wife could only be forgiven through prayer for kicking a “defenceless young woman lying helpless”.
The Zimbabwean first lady made international headlines on Sunday after she allegedly attacked a 20-year-old South African model who is believed to have been in the same hotel room with her two sons Robert Junior and Chatunga.
Mrs Mugabe had been reported to be in South Africa to seek medical attention on the leg she got hurt through an accident last month at Harare International Airport.
The First lady who had gone on a private visit, is now reportedly seeking diplomatic immunity after she failed to appear in court on Tuesday to answer to assault charges.
According to definition Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity that ensures diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or prosecution under the host country’s laws, but they can still be expelled.
Meanwhile, Mliswa has advised the first family to relocate the boys home where he said they were safer and can easily get advice from the Mugabe elders.