Pastor Shingi Munyeza who advises president Emmerson Mnangagwa in the Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) has told the members of the governing ZANU PF party that they will be better off with a new Zimbabwe.
He speaks amid increasing calls for the ruling party to relinquish power over bad governance that is among the leading variables worsening the economic and humanitarian crisis in the Southern African country. Posting on Twitter, Munyeza said:
Dear @ It’s in your interest to embrace a new Zimbabwe because it will free you from factional fights and schizophrenia. A new Zimbabwe will give you an opportunity to hold your corrupt leaders to account and allow competent leaders to lead you.
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ZANU PF is resisting planned anti-corruption protests pencilled for this Friday and has vowed to take all “necessary and unnecessary” measures to thwart the demonstrations they say are meant to “smuggle unelectable” individuals into power.
The protests were called by opposition leader Jacob Ngarivhume and have been endorsed by many opposition parties including MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa.
They were triggered by the exposure of grand corruption by government officials.
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