Innocent Tizora meets with Zanu-PF youth leaders expelled for disrespecting Mugabe at State House

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Zanu-PF sources told Daily News that the party’s six chairpersons that were expelled for disrespecting Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace met at State House with director of State Residences Dr Innocent Tizora who is believed to be close to the first family.

The source could however not disclose what they talked about while another source said that the expelled chairpersons were ready to rejoin Zanu-PF. However, former Harare youth leader Godwin Gomwe denied being part of the meeting.

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