Disgruntled Zanu-PF supporters staged a demonstration at the Party Headquarters protesting against the outcome of the just ended primary elections. The polls were marred by allegations of intimidation, violence, rigging and vote buying. The protestors threatened to do another “Bhora Musango” if their grievances are not addressed. Bhora Musango refers to the situation where ruling party supporters vote for opposition candidates to ensure that the candidates they do not support are defeated. The supporters were demonstrating against Tongai Mnangagwa’s victory in Harare South. Tongai is the nephew of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Special Adviser to President Emmerson Mnangagwa Christopher Mutsbangwa has also said that the war veterans will ditch the party and support the people unless preventive measures are taken to rectify the situation. The war veterans are blaming Zanu-PF national political commissar Lieutenant-General (retired) Engelbert Rugeje for the shambolic polls.
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Bhora Musango, a Shona language phrase which literally means "to deliberately kick the ball off the pitch, instead of scoring it", was a clandestine campaign by some Zanu-PF leaders in the run-up to the 2008 harmonised elections against voting for the party's presidential candidate leader... Read More About Bhora Musango
Engelbert Rugeje is a Zimbabwean politician who is a member of the Zanu-PF party.He is also the current Secretary for Commissariat for Zanu-PF after being appointed in December 2017.He is also the former chief of staff for the Zimbabwe National Army. Read More About Engelbert Rugeje