Mnangagwa says Zanu-PF squabbles make the party stronger, says he'd be worried if they don't squabble
In an interview aired by ZBCTv last night, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa said squabbles help Zanu-PF’s leadership to have an appreciation of what members think and is a reflection of thriving intra-party democracy.
I have been in the party since 1962, I can’t remember a year when there were no squabbles since 1962, but we are still going. The squabbles make us stronger and more sharpened to deal with issues. If everything dies and there are no squabbles, and there is nothing, I would be very worried. When these things happen, you now know what people are thinking and you know what to do to resolve the misthinking.Feedback
Mnangagwa’s comments come after the party’s women’s league demonstrated against former Eunice Sandi Moyo and Sarah Mahoka over a number of allegations.
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