Zanu-PF Mashonaland East province Women’s League has resuscitated discord in the party after it defied a politburo directive on Monday.
NewsDay reports that the league had been instructed to reinstate who was fired last year over ‘trumped up’ charges pending investigations.
Speaking to NewsDay, an anonymous official in the Zanu-PF Women’s League said the provincial leadership doesn’t want Nyarai Tsvuura reinstated. She said:
The party reinstated Tsvuura as the women’s league boss, but a pocket of women are against the decision made by the highest ofce in the party.
They are against the reinstatement of Tsvuura despite having been cleared of all the allegations by the politburo. Some party members are against the latest move as it is not the time for factional fights.
The official suggested that Lyn Gororo who has been acting as the league’s boss in the absence of Tsvuura, leads a group of people resisting the reinstatement of Tsvuura.
The development comes amid reports that there are three factions in the party – led by president Mnangagwa, led by Vice president Chiwenga and G40 remnants.