Mzembi Says Goromonzi Demolitions Reflect Turf Wars In ZANU PF

Exiled former Tourism Minister, Dr Walter Mzembi has said the demolitions of hundreds of houses in Melfort, Goromonzi reflect turf or territorial wars in the ruling ZANU PF.

He suggested that the houses were demolished because the group led by Rodgers Pote who fronted Eastwinds properties that was selling and developing the stands in question lost it when former Transport Minister Biggie Matiza succumbed to COVID-19 earlier this year.

Pote is accusing the Ministry of National Housing and Social Amenities of instructing the demolition of the houses.

The Ministry, however, denies the allegations saying it stayed out of the matter before Pote was ordered by the Goromonzi Magistrate in 2020 to stop allocating the stands and to develop them.

Mzembi said the demolitions were a “turf wars in government at war with itself no MDC hand here! Vasiyeyi (leave them out).” He added:

_Mururimi rwedu kwava kunakurirana nyoka mhenyu! Nyaya iyi ndeyemuGoromonzi pakafa Biggie Matiza it’s clear kuti Pote wakasara aripamhene! NdezvemuZanu PF izvi, hazvineyi neMDC. Matare akangoona weakness yemaFactions acho ndokubva asevenzeswa sedemo!_

Mzembi speaks after ZANU PF acting political commissar, Patrick Chinamasa had claimed that the “corrupt MDC-led councils are to blame for the demolitions” since they are the ones that allocated the land illegally.

Meanwhile, MDC Alliance activist, Pedzisayi Ruhanya has said the victims of the demolitions “are not fools” as they are very much aware of who destroyed their houses.

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2 comments on “Mzembi Says Goromonzi Demolitions Reflect Turf Wars In ZANU PF

  1. I am unfortunately a victim of circumstances. I thought I had done enough due diligence, through my lawyers, who checked with Local Government and Housing and after a green light was given, secured a contractor for this project. This house with purple roof, circulating and being posted on social media is the work of my sweat, after putting my shoulder against the wheel and investing my hard earned money, it took only less than 5 minutes to bring it down. If there be the powers that be, they should not forget that there are greater powers above them. The walls of Jericho (a fortified fortress) were not brought down by a bulldozer but by the Word from on High. “Chisi hachieri musi wacharimwa.”Iam so heartbroken and torn apart.

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