ZANU PF Officials Set To Be Kicked Out For “Working With The MDC.”
ZANU-PF has warned that heads will roll in the ruling party in line with its restructuring exercise amid revelations that there were some unrepentant members of the infamous G40 cabal who are frustrating party programmes.
Addressing party members during an inter-district meeting at Njube suburb in Bulawayo yesterday, Zanu-PF Director in the Commissariat, Retired Colonel George Nare, said they were aware of G40 remnants within the party structures working with the opposition MDC Alliance to derail party programmes.
“The restructuring exercise is coming and this time it will be thorough and be rest assured that heads will begin to roll at party headquarters and more heads will continue to roll as we restructure our party.
We have since established that we still have G40 people who don’t want to reform and as I speak, one of our leaders was captured on video bad-mouthing our President Cde ED Mnangagwa,” said Rtd Col Nare.
He urged party members to choose leaders who are capable of mobilising support, particularly in urban areas which are perceived to be opposition strongholds.
“The imminent restructuring exercise is aimed at rebuilding our party structures from cell to national level. We want real fighters who will take the opposition head on. We therefore need to identify leaders based on merit and capability and this time we are saying there has to be thoroughness in choosing leaders able to shape the party at cell, district, provincial and national level,” said Rtd Col Nare.
He said there was a need for leaders to be honest and put the interests of the party first ahead of personal ones.
“The party wants honest leaders and regionalism and nepotism should not be condoned as that destroys our party. If you are a leader, you are a servant of the people who elected you not their master. The reason why we are losing elections in urban areas is because we don’t have good leaders. In fact, we have leaders who push their own agenda at the expense of party interests,” said Rtd Col Nare.
He slammed some senior Government officials accusing them of derailing Government programmes.
“They are sabotaging our programmes by closing Zimbabwe for business yet we are saying our country is open for business,” he said.
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