Zanu-PF MP for Harare East Terence Mukupe has criticised fellow party member, Cyber Security Minister Patrick Chinamasa, for his “regrettable and …not well thought out” statement. Chinamasa together with Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu claimed that the current changes in the political sphere were a Zanu-PF matter and that they did not need the opposition in parliament or otherwise to remove President Robert Mugabe. Chinamasa said:
We were correcting our own mess, we have the majority in Parliament, we can expel the President alone and we are the ruling party, so where does a coalition come in, we don’t need them.
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The removal of Mugabe and his cabal was to enable us to go to elections as a strong force after some rogue elements had infiltrated the party.
Mpofu on the end hand said:
.. what people have to know is that we are the majority and it won’t be wise to have a coalition.
Commentating on Chinamasa statement, Mukupe said that revolution was for the whole country and not just for Zanu-PF. Writing on microblogging site, Twitter, Mukupe said:
Chinamasa’s statement is regrettable and was not well thought out, this revolution is bigger than any party! This for all Zimbos!