Former ZANU PF youth league national commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu said that he will not be cowed into silence by threats and will not relent in his anti-corruption drive.
Tsenengamu told reporters that the late former President Robert Mugabe tried to silence him and failed. He said:
You can kill the messenger and not the message and the anti-corruption drive will continue.
Efforts are being made to put me on mute, but I won’t be silenced by 30 pieces of silver.
… You cannot silence me, Mugabe tried it, but I didn’t keep quiet. People listen to my message not because I am a youth league national commissar but because I am Tsenengamu.
Tsenengamu, Lewis Matutu, and Pupurai Togarepi were removed from their positions in the Youth League ostensibly for indiscipline.
Tsenengamu and Matutu accused oil mogul Kudakwashe Tagwirei and two other prominent business leaders as the progenitors of the country’s cartels which are responsible for wreaking the economy.