Former Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa has revealed that the restructuring process in ZANU PF that is ongoing would need some more time to be completed.
The restructuring follows a dissolution of Harare and Bulawayo party provinces by president Mnangagwa to address factionalism in the party. Unlike in Bulawayo, Harare has failed to meet the set timeframes.
Speaking to the Daily News, Chinamasa, one of the politburo members deployed in Harare said:
We are not going to rush because our main focus is to come up with genuinely existent structures so the fact that we are still at cell level does not matter.
We will need more time and we are happy with the progress we are making, slow as it is. Some of us have not been around and this has also affected our progress to some extent but you must also understand that we have only been establishing membership and not the leadership so now we are going to elect the cell leaders and move to the branches, the district and the provinces.
We cannot be compared with Bulawayo because we are talking about smaller structures there as compared to Harare where the districts are too many..
The Daily News was informed by some insiders that some G40 remnants in the party were sabotaging the process.
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