Zanu Pf secretary for administration Obert Mpofu has said the MDC infightings have nothing to do with the ruling party and the ruling party has no hand in any of the squabbles that are ravaging the country’s leading opposition party, The Herald reports.
Mpofu said the opposition must respect the supreme court judgement and move on:
That’s a recognition that we are the party in power. We are the party of choice. The MDC is grappling with a decision by the Supreme Court and how Zanu-PF comes into it is something we fail to understand.
Why should we enjoy on the basis of issues that we are not responsible for? We are happy that the law has taken its course, not only to MDC, but in all court cases, as a law abiding party, as a law abiding Government.
So it’s not a question of being happy but respecting the rule of law which they have been talking about themselves and in any case it’s not Zanu-PF that went to court it’s themselves that went to court so the problem there is their own making and Zanu-PF can only say the law has taken its course
Mpofu dismissed claims that Douglas Mwonzora was working for the ruling party and said;
They think that by aligning with him Zanu-PF, their supporters will believe that he is Zanu-PF but he is not. But what would you expect from a frustrated and defeated leader
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