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MNANGAGWA DUMPED BY TOP LACOSTE LOYALIST FOR ANOTHER PARTY

VP MNANGAGWA DOESN'T WANT MUGABE'S JOB SAYS TOP ALLY

MNANGAGWA DUMPED BY TOP LACOSTE LOYALIST FOR ANOTHER PARTY | Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has lost his key loyalist Godfrey Tsenengamu, who exclusively revealed yesterday that he has joined a newly-formed opposition political party Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (Zipp).

VP MNANGAGWA DOESN'T WANT MUGABE'S JOB SAYS TOP ALLY

Tsenengamu, an eminent Zanu PF youth organiser, fronted the so-called famous seven — a grouping of youth leaders which orchestrated the demolition job of former vice president Joice Mujuru in 2014.

The former Mashonaland Central provincial youth league chairperson said he decided to join Zipp, which was formed by 39-year-old South Africa-based Blessing Kasiyamhuru, after realising that he needed a new political home, having spent two years in the political wilderness.

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has lost his key loyalist Godfrey Tsenengamu, who exclusively revealed yesterday that he has joined a newly-formed opposition political party Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (Zipp).

Tsenengamu, an eminent Zanu PF youth organiser, fronted the so-called famous seven — a grouping of youth leaders which orchestrated the demolition job of former vice president Joice Mujuru in 2014.

The former Mashonaland Central provincial youth league chairperson said he decided to join Zipp, which was formed by 39-year-old South Africa-based Blessing Kasiyamhuru, after realising that he needed a new political home, having spent two years in the political wilderness.

“There was no party at that time that had values and an ideological position I believed in until Zipp came around,” he said before waxing lyrical of the little-known Kasiyamhuru, whom he believes should be Zimbabwe’s next Head of State.

“He is very humble, composed, not full of hate and an appetite for vengeance, solutions-oriented, God-fearing, accommodative and engaging. He is a peace-loving natural unifier,” sang Tsenengamu.

Asked if he was taking along with him his close comrades that made the so-called famous seven, including former provincial youth chairpersons Vengai Musengi (Mashonaland West); Godwin Gomwe (Harare); Tamuka Nyoni (Matabeleland North); Khumbulani Mpofu (Bulawayo); Washington Nkomo (Matabeleland South) and Edmore Samambwa (Midlands), Tsenengamu said: “It is now each man for himself.”

In 2014, the so-called famous seven traversed the length and breadth of Zimbabwe and drove the crusade which swept aside Mujuru and promoted Mnangagwa.

Tsenengamu was one of the people who publicised Mnangagwa’s Team Lacoste faction as he and others were pictured wearing T-shirts with the Lacoste inscription and a crocodile insignia, apparently depicting Mnangagwa’s moniker.

The Zipp was formed in December last year and is in a massive recruitment drive.

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