Joanah Mamombe complains about sexual abuse by fellow MP but Chinotimba asks why Parliament should listen to someone who is mad


THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Withdraw that statement Hon. Chinotimba…

HON. CHINOTIMBA: Anorwara you – [HON. T. MLISWA: Inaudible interjections.] – You are MDC. – [HON. MEMBERS: Withdraw your statement.] –

THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon. Chinotimba, please withdraw your statement –

Hon. Tsunga and Hon. Kwaramba having walked in.

HON. T. MLISWA: Thank you Hon. Tsunga and Hon. Kwaramba for standing in for women.

THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon. Chinotimba, please withdraw your statement and sit down.

*HON. CHINOTIMBA: Madam Speaker, before I withdraw, I would like to say something – [HON. MEMBERS: Withdraw.] – Madam Speaker, let me withdraw. I am withdrawing my statement that Hon. Mamombe murwere.

THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Withdraw your statement Hon. Chinotimba – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections, hazvisi right murwere mune macard ake here?] –

HON. CHINOTIMBA: Madam Speaker, I withdraw, that Hon. Mamombe murwere – [AN HON. MEMBER: Haudaro chingoti I withdraw.] Ndozvaataura. – [HON. T. MLISWA: Haubati mukadzi mushe kumba uko.] –  Madam Speaker, I withdraw. Can Hon. T. Mliswa withdraw his statement also?

HON. T. MLISWA: I will not withdraw because it was in the newspaper, it is in the public that you are failing to give your wife conjugal rights – [HON. CHINOTIMBA: It is written in the Affidavit that Hon. Mamombe vanorwara zvakabuda mucourt.] – Enda unobata mukadzi zvakanaka kumba.

*THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon. T. Mliswa, what you are doing is abusing me by the noise that you are making.

HON. T. MLISWA: I am sorry Madam Speaker.

*THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon Members, I want you to stretch your hands. If your hands touch another person, you are not one metre apart.

Hon. Members maintained social distancing.


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