Obert Mpofu Reveals Why Mnangagwa Dissolved Zanu-PF Structures

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Obert Mpofu Reveals Why Mnangagwa Dissolved Zanu-PF Structures

In an interview with The Chronicle, Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration, Obert Mpofu, said President Mnangagwa dissolved the party’s structures in Bulawayo and Harare because the party has always lost to the opposition in national elections.

Mpofu said Vice President Kembo Mohadi has been assigned to oversee structures in Bulawayo while Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is superintending over the party’s affairs in Harare. He said President Mnangagwa’s deployment of his two deputies shows the party’s seriousness in rebuilding its structures.  Said Mpofu:

The party has always performed badly in Bulawayo and Harare in national elections. That is why we have one or two seats in the two provinces. The party is looking at all the operations in all provinces with a view to strengtheningthem. That’s why you have these initiatives headed by the Vice Presidents. It shows the seriousness with which the party considers structures throughout the country.



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