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ZANU PF infighting deepens

08 Apr 2019 at 17:36hrs | Views
Tonderai Chidawa former Zimbabwe Congress of Students Union ZICOSU leader is the favourite amongst the majority of Harare Provincial youth members to land the post of ZANU PF provincial youth Chairman.

The youth from various districts who spoke on condition of anonymity said Chidawa who is popularly known as Chikhule (meaning an old man) was a young person who is fearless,  unquestionably loyal to President ED Mnangagwa and unwavering when it comes to party principles. The majority were in agreement that " Comrade Tonde vanoshandika navo,  Havana havo bhegi rekutenga ma vote asi tinovada vakadaro ( Comrade Tonde is someone we can work with,  he might not have resources to campaign but we love him regardless).

The youths were of the opinion that President ED  needs a loyal task force to crack the whip and fix the nonsense in Harare which gave rise to the shutdown chaos which saw several ZANU PF youths being arrested for violence.

The proposed line up by the youth was that Chidawa becomes the Chairman

Damson is the proposed Vice Chairman

While Nyasha Zenda is tipped to be the Secretary for Administration

The youth said this was the line up they were sure of and we're running with on the ground.

Interestingly the post of secretary for disability at all levels has been reserved for persons with disabilities,  and in Harare province, Rowdy Gift Mabhaudhi who is the current district Secretary for Administration in the Mufakose area and a former Special interest councillor in the city of Harare is tipped to be the uncontested provincial Secretary for disability.

Harare province gears up its a campaign as the province prepares for dates of the elections to be announced.

Source - Alistair Nyakudya
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