In an interview Jabulani told Radio VOP on Friday that Masvingo is part of Zimbabwe and he did not see any reason why he should be forced to leave the province. He also said he was enjoying what he is doing.
“I will not budge, Masvingo is also my home. I will only leave Masvingo in a coffin. Unless my enemies kill me first, I will remain in the province doing what I am doing,” said Sibanda.
He added that he does not seek any approval from anyone in order to remain in Masvingo where he is heavily campaigning for Zanu (PF).
Sibanda said he was baffled by media reports that he fled Masvingo after succumbing to pressure from fellow Zanu (PF) members, Movement for Democratic Change activists, civic groups and splinter war veterans groups.
“I want to see who will take me out of Masvingo,” he said.