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( Zimbabwe Standard) – Archbishop Pius Ncube, the controversial head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bulawayo, says he will not keep quiet as long as President Mugabe’s government and his ruling Zanu PF are forcing millions of Zimbabweans into exile, while scores of others are dying of hunger. In an interview with The Standard last week, Archbishop Ncube said he would not shut up until the nation was freed from Zanu PF’s oppression. He said, “I can’t stop talking because it is a God-given duty to talk when His people are being persecuted. They are suffering. I speak in the interests of everybody, including Christians, suffering at the hands of the Zanu PF government.