Zanu-PF chairpersons snub Kasukuwere’s meeting

Five chairpersons out of the ten provinces did not attend a meeting called for by Zanu-PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere.

Kakusuwere’s half brother and Mashonaland Central chairperson Dickson Mafios confirmed the meeting took place and said that they discussed the ongoing restructuring exercise in the party. He said that the meeting was attended by himself, Harare provincial chairperson Charles Tawengwa, Mashonaland East’s Bernard Makokove, Bulawayo’s Dennis Ndlovu, Matabeleland North’s Richard Moyo and Midlands was reportedly “represented by their political commissar (Makhosini Hlongwane)”.

However, despite claims Hlongwane represented Midlands province, the chairperson Daniel Mackenzie Ncube said he was not aware of the meeting as he had not received an invitation. Suspended Manicaland chairperson Samuel Undenge did not confirm to NewsDay if he had attended the meeting at the time of going to print. Kasukuwere told NewsDay that the meeting was well attended, with Mashonaland West the only province that was not represented. However, Zanu-PF sources claim Kasukuwere had “gate-crashed” a meeting of the party’s administration department called by secretary for administration Ignatius Chombo.

More: NewsDay

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