Stop Factionalism, No one Is Invincible In Zanu-PF: Matemadanda

Zanu-PF Secretary for War Veterans Victor Matemadanda has warned that no one is invincible in the ruling party and warned people to end factionalism. Matemadanda advised ruling party members to respect the current state of affairs and not to keep referencing past events. Addressing war veterans in Bulawayo last week, Matemadanda said,

We have some people among us who feel that they are bigger than Zanu-PF, but they are not. Our own President, ED Mnangagwa, is a servant yet we have people who think they are way bigger and better than everyone else. No one is invincible in this party…We removed Robert Mugabe from power after realising that he was going against the will of the people.

If you commanded in the war, that was then, it was in the war, we are no longer at war. If I am now your senior or your boss and you were a commander, what matters is the state of affairs now. Stop playing big bosses because you can be replaced.

More: Herald


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Victor Matemadanda

Victor Matemadanda is a Zimbabwean liberation War veteran and politician. He is the current Deputy Minister of Defence. He is also the current Zanu PF National Political Commissar. Matemadanda is a former Deputy Minister of War Veterans. Matemadanda is the Secretary General of the Zimbabwe... Read More About Victor Matemadanda

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