War Veterans To Meet Mnangagwa, Claim They Lost Primary Elections To People With Money

War veterans are reported to be unhappy with the outcome of the Zanu-PF primary elections, which they claim sidelined them. Around 8000 war veterans are set to meet with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to discuss this together with other issues. Sources who spoke to NewsDay said,

Throughout the whole country, many war veterans lost the elections including the chairman (Christopher) Mutsvangwa because he doesn’t have money to give out to people. The idea is not that he doesn’t have the political material to serve the people, but the fact that we don’t have money to give out like what other candidates were doing.

We don’t know why the commissariat made us wrestle with people with resources more than we have and yet we were supposed to be given a quota and go straight to the elections.

More: NewsDay

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One Comment on “War Veterans To Meet Mnangagwa, Claim They Lost Primary Elections To People With Money

  1. We are fortunate that we still have active war vets Zimbabwe was won through a revolution I am always impressed by the contribution text likes of Mutsvangwa Matemadanda Mahiya etc contribute in terms of keeping the Zimbabwe spirit alive even when Mugabe went astray I remember Matemadanda saying “it cant” ED my President these are not fairweather friends they are true friends look after them I had Chamisa trying to dangle a carrot to them and I laughed he does not know they are principled people ED you can count on these people Vakomana munebasa Pamberi need Zimbabwe

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