By Paidashe Mandivengerei
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has today said he was going to chuck out members who did not follow the party’s principles.
The ZANU PF leader claimed that his political opponents are infiltrating the ruling party in an attempt to divide it.
In his speech at the annual ZANU PF National Conference at Goromonzi Primary School, Mnangagwa urged his supporters to remain loyal to party values.
“The Party should never be distracted by those who make irritating noises, within the country and those on twitter and other social media platforms.
Vacharamba vachingovukura, vachingovukura, vachingovukura; isu tichingofamba,
tichingofamba, tichingofamba, tichingofamba.
I am aware that our detractors are trying to divide the Party by attempting to recruit from within the rank and file of our membership. Let us remain vigilant, steadfast and loyal to the ideals, values and principles of the Party.The membership at every level is required to be totally committed to the Party and its leadership.
Wolves among us, in sheep’s clothing, must be flushed out. Hatidi gumbo mumba, gumbo pazhe!”