Zanu PF offices at Mutoko centre were last week encircled by a group of angry war veterans who were protesting against local party leadership for sowing discord.
Zanu PF Mashonaland East provincial secretary for administration Kudzai Majuru confirmed the report but could not disclose more details.
A ZANU PF source who spoke to the NewsDay said:
Last week, a group of war veterans besieged the party offices and locked the main entrance, accusing local party leaders of bringing discord within the party as well as running parallel structures. The war veterans also accused some Zanu PF leaders in Mutoko of harassing the district administrator and other civil servants.
The war veterans had to re-open the offices following the intervention of party bigwigs at a no-holds barred meeting on Thursday. The outcome of the meeting and recommendations will be sent to provincial chairperson (Joel Biggie) Matiza. A lot is needed to be done in Mutoko for Zanu PF is in shambles.