Zanu PF Divided Over Matutu, Togarepi And Tsenengamu – Report

The ruling party is reportedly locked in fresh power struggles following the demotion of the party’s chief whip Togarepi and the suspension of Matutu and Tsenengamu on Wednesday, the Zimbabwean reports.

According to the publication:

Top officials like Zanu PF chairperson Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, secretary for information communication technology Chris Mutsvangwa, secretary for women’s affairs Mabel Chinomona, secretary for security Lovemore Matuke and committee member Tsitsi Muzenda openly opposed Mnangagwa’s suggestion to expel the youth league leaders from the party, arguing it would signal that Zanu PF was not committed to the anti-corruption fight.

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Zanu PF heavyweights, including Mnangagwa, Chiwenga, Vice-President Kembo Mohadi, secretary for administration Obert Mpofu, secretary for finance Patrick Chinamasa and committee member Perrance Shiri suggested that the youths should be expelled from the party.

Mutsvangwa said the politburo should not be seen protecting corrupt people at the expense of its youth, adding that the allegations they had raised “had substance”

The full transcript of what transpired during the politburo meeting including the exact words that were exchanged by party bigwigs are detailed in this article by the Zimbabwean.

More: The Zimbabwean



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Zanu PF Divided Over Matutu, Togarepi And Tsenengamu – Report