Youths dump Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP)

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Youths dump Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP)

Former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party was hit by mass resignations last week with at least 35 youths quitting the party. The NPP was left with no youth wing representation in the Hatfield district of Harare. The youths were unhappy with the leadership of Harare provincial main wing chairman Friday Muleya.

In a letter addressed to the NPP, Harare provincial youth chair, Donald Chimatira, Hatfield acting district youth chairperson Dexter Zvirevo said:

The Harare province team, mainly main wing, has reduced the party into a mafia group which I think I can’t defend in any campaign.

I am allergic to corruption and as you may know, the wars we fought against it within the party are pointless and unwinnable since the province has an organised group of thieves from national members. It is a well-documented fact that this is happening and with impunity.

If all provinces of NPP are run the way Harare is, I can safely confirm that if NPP miraculously win power, an NPP government will be worse than Zanu PF. The party has been reduced to a union of rejects. It has all failed politicians from other parties within its ranks which I think is why the party is in this state

However, Muleya denied the allegations of corruption.

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