President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for the removal of ZANU PF detractors who are within the party to destroy it.
Speaking at the party’s Annual People’s Conference which is underway at Goromonzi High School in Mashonaland East, Mnangagwa said:
I am aware that our detractors are trying to divide the party by attempting to recruit from within the rank and file of our membership.
Let us remain vigilant, steadfast and loyal to the principles of the party. Wolves, among us in sheep’s clothing, must be flushed out.
His remarks come amidst reports that factionalism within the party is resurfacing again. It is alleged that remnants of the Generation 40 faction are pushing for the ouster of Mnangagwa.
Mnangagwa, however, dismissed reports of the existence of factionalism in the party saying they are an imagination of some individuals amplified by the media.
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