Former Vice President and leader of the opposition National People’s Party Joice Mujuru has urged her former colleague Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to just resign from Zanu-PF and challenge President Mugabe to prevent him from building a dynasty. This comes after Mnangagwa has become the subject of frequent attacks from First Lady Grace Mugabe at various Youth Interface Rallies. In an interview with the Standard Mujuru said:
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As for Ngwena (Mnangagwa), it’s time to resign and openly join colleagues in the trenches of the electoral battle against this ill-fated dynasty.
Free advice Cde [Mnangagwa]is that no matter how you hope to continue putting lipstick on a frog hoping that it will become a queen, it won’t.
At least such a courageous act would redeem some semblance of honour and dignity to Ngwena if at all any still remains.
Mujuru also claimed that she was one of the people who held Zanu-PF together claiming that since her expulsion the party has never known peace.
Why is it that since the day Mujuru left the Zanu PF party has not known peace? Very simple, I was indeed a caring and uniting mother and not a goddess of violence.
Come 2018, Zimbabweans have an opportunity to stop the Gushungo dynasty.
More: The Standard
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