ZANU PF Youth Wait For Tsenengamu's Official Resignation

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Fri, 03 May 2019 23:10:39 GMT
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ZANU PF Youth Wait For Tsenengamu's Official Resignation

The ZANU PF youth leadership is in a quandary on how to deal with its political commissar, Godfrey Tsenengamu who has of late been questioning the party policies through social media posts.

Zanu-PF Deputy Secretary for Youth Affairs Cde Lewis Matutu on Friday said that they will wait for Tsenengamu’s official resignation, rather than rely on social media posts. Said Matutu:

Besides his unofficial resignation, the party has been following with interest the series of social posts challenging party policies, for example on land redistribution, compensation of white farmers and most recently his call for elderly party members and leaders to ‘open up space’ for young people.

This on its own shows that Cde Tsenengamu has no respect for party leadership and its policies and if found guilty, disciplinary action will take place. I can however not comment on rumours on the street that he will be expelled or not. That’s for the party to decide.

Tsenengamu wrote on social media recently calling for ZANU PF’s old guard to retire and allow the younger generation to take over. He wrote then:

Am 36 and ready to move on from youth into the main wing. After six days of work creating the earth, our God took time to rest, even some of our madalas (old guard) must rest and pave way for the young.

Makarwa kurwa kwakanaka chizororaiwo tiwanewo pekupinda (you have fought a good fight, open up space for us). It’s time to blend youth with experience.


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