Addressing journalists at the party’s headquarters in Harare yesterday, Zanu-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Simon Khaya Moyo warned members against purging and allocating themselves positions based on the Central Committee resolution that was yet to be ratified.
The situation comes after Zanu-PF’s Central Committee on November 19, 2017 resolved to reinstate all members who were either suspended or expelled subsequent to the 2014 National People’s Congress. However the resolution is yet to be ratified. Said Khaya Moyo:
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Pursuant to my statement of the 26th November, 2017 advising all provinces to stop purging party members and effecting co-options pending further directions from the party, the party is deeply disturbed and perturbed to note that such activities are still being perpetuated in some provinces and have even extended to national structures.
The party shall descend heavily on those members who will fail to pay heed to this instruction. The Central Committee at its sitting in special session on the 19th November, 2017, resolved that members from the provincial councils and subordinate organs (provincial, district and branch council) who were suspended or expelled from the party subsequent to the 2014 National People’s Congress should be reinstated to their positions. This resolution is together with the host of other resolutions is still to be ratified by the Extraordinary Congress prior to implementation. Party members must stop allocating themselves positions forthwith.
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