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Kazembe uses farm house to plot factionalism

by Paul Ndou
06 Mar 2021 at 08:30hrs | Views
Embattled ZANU-PF Mashonaland Central province chairperson Kazembe Kazembe is reportedly using his Concession farm house to plot factionalism in the province.

Most of his allies whom he backed in the eight District Coordinating Committee (DCC) elections lost to the exception of Zhemu Soda, Muzarabani who won much to the favour of Kazembe.

Insiders said Kazembe is trying to lure DCC chairpersons to support him on the impending provincial elections.

"All is not well in Mashonaland Central since the incumbent chairperson Kazembe feels threatened after most of his allies lost in the DCC elections only Soda won," said the source who declined to be named.

"He is now using his farm house to lure some DCC members to support him in the provincial elections" is reliably informed that he invited some members from Mbire at his farm and plotted the downfall of the incumbent Mbire leadership.

Much to his plan when he visited Mbire Kazembe refused to be greeted by some party heavy weights.

There was drama after his rival in Mbirew the provincial war veterans association Sam Parirenyatwa arrived at his meeting and Kazembe ended the meeting prematurely.

 He then went to his home ground Muzarabani where he once threatened blood bath to those who do not support him while following Parirenyatwa.

Parirenyatwa could neither confirm nor deny the claims saying they are building the party.

"We are focusing on building the party thats all," said Parirenyatwa without entertaining more questions.

Kazembe could not be reached for comment as his phone went unanswered.

Source - Byo24News