G40 Kingpins, Moyo, Zhuwao In Fierce Clash With ‘Backstabbing’ Friend Kasukuwere

NPF’s house of cards looks to be slowly tumbling down as leadership battles are emerging among the ex G4O heavyweights whose reportedly ideologies formed the party.


Former Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo and Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao have accused former Zanu PF national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere of working with president ED’s government under the radar in order to return home safely.

Yesterday, the garrulous Prof Moyo took to twitter and claimed Kasukuwere had been in secret negotiations with ED’s government for a safe passage back home.

“The term new dispensation to define period after illegal ouster of President Mugabe was coined and first used in a tweet by Hon Kasukuwere on November 21, 2017 shortly after President Mugabe’s forced resignation.

“Last five months, he’s been negotiating with ED, Chiwenga and CIO’s Isaac Moyo to return,” he said in a tweet accompanied by a newspaper clip.

In a now deleted tweet, Kasukuwere,claimed he would return to Zimbabwe at his own time and there were no criminal charges against him.

Mugabe’s nephew Zhuwao also launched a scathing attack on Kasukuwere, saying he was ED’s front man.

“Reports coming through are that the military junta is incubating the establishment of a copy-cat to the NPF to be called ZNPF in an effort to derail the real NPF.

“The reports indicate that this copy-cat ZNPF junta project will seek to hijack the membership of the real NPF and subsume them under the leadership of Saviour Kasukuwere.

“Kasukuwere has been reported at some meetings of the real NPF as either having been arrived in Zimbabwe or as being on the verge of landing in an effort to tie his supposed leadership of the copy-cat junta project with the real NPF,” he wrote in a blog post.

Zhuwao also claimed Kasukuwere was not the right person to lead NPF.

“Some of the reasons for my taking such a position include the fact that Kasukuwere has been actively discouraging efforts towards the establishment of the real NPF up to a point where I stopped engaging him on the progress of that endeavour,” he continued.

Kasukuwere declined to comment on the alleggation.

“I will not comment on that,” he said.