Mathew Masinge, H-Metro Reporter
POLITICIAN Daniel Chingoma on Tuesday claimed his enemies’ joy will only last for a while.
The Zitter leader had his illegal stalls at Mbudzi roundabout destroyed under his watch in an operation by council and police to remove illegal vending stalls and businesses mushrooming around Harare and Chitungwiza.
Chingoma was running a water and fish pond project next to his ‘home made’ helicopter.
He also constructed a makeshift mausoleum which he claims resonates with his parents’ graves.
“I know my enemies planned this and calculated my downfall; however, my come back will be bigger and better,” he said.
The politician also had a torrid time dealing with onlookers who were invading his space.
“You are not my supporter you are just here to laugh at me.
“I have been minding my own business but some of you are faking compassion, you don’t have anything to say to me so go away,” he said.
He refused to entertain questions and went back to the area where his helicopter is stationed.
Meanwhile, the joint operation targeting unregistered businesses operating along road servitudes enters its third day today with indications that the clamp down will now head towards Zindoga and eventually city centre.