Zanu Pf Youth League Buries The Hatchet
Zanu-PF Youth League members have buried the hatchet after attempting to dislodge its leadership last month and the party is now focusing on unity, a Youth League leader Lewis Matutu has revealed.
Speaking to the state media on the sidelines of a public lecture at Gweru Polytechnic College last week, Deputy Secretary for Youth Affairs Matutu said now was the time for the Youth League to be united and push the socio-economic development agenda for the development of the country.
Votes of no confidence were passed against some officials of the party’s national Youth League executive recently, while reports of similar actions were being initiated in some provinces.
The party’s Youth League passed a vote of no confidence on its leaders, Pupurai Togarepi, Matutu, secretary for administration Tendai Chirau, Admire Mahachi and Mercy Mugomo, for allegedly failing to defend President Mnangagwa, who is the party’s First Secretary.
Matutu said the league members had since moved on.
“Youth league members have since moved on. We are now united as the Youth League and we remain guided by the party principles and constitution. We are holding inter-district meetings with youths in all provinces. As we speak, some members of the national executive are in Bulawayo, Matabeleland North and Matabeleland South provinces.”
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