Former president Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao is alleged to be plotting with some members of the Zanu-PF Youth League to sabotage the party during the coming 2018 harmonised, elections. Zhuwao is alleged to be working with G40 Faction members who were not expelled from the party to organise another “Bhora Musango.” Zanu-PF Youth League national political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu said:
We are aware that the remnants of the G40 cabal being led by Zhuwao are still in Mashonaland East. Who are they working with? We are not going to lose sleep over what transpired since some were coerced to be part of the G40 cabal. However, we are against those who are still participating in the G40 activities.
They have declared a bhora musango (sabotage voting) in 2018 and we get worried when we hear that the likes of Zhuwao are still having a say in the structures of the party. Why is he still having an influence in the leadership when he was expelled from the party? We are all aware that he publicly challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Zhuwao, who is in exile, has vowed not to return home as he fears for his life. He also claimed that in a free and fair election with no rigging, President Emmerson Mnangagwa would struggle to get 15 percent of the vote.