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President Mnangagwa Panics As Opposition Parties Team Up To Remove Him

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in a panic mode as opposition parties team up to challenge him in the coming elections, it has emerged.

A government controlled weekly publication has reported that the panic stricken President will preside over an emergency Politburo meeting to discuss the coming elections.

Following the regrouping of the country’ s main opposition party, MDC, Mnangagwa foresees a daunting task beckoning ahead of the harmonised elections, according to political observers.


Zanu PF National Spokesperson, Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday confirmed Mnangagwa would chair the Politburo meeting slated for this week.

Moyo was in Gwanda yesterday where he conceded the party had to work to overcome the opposition.He made the remarks while addressing members of the Matabeleland South Provincial Coordinating Committee.

“Do not be misled by rumour mongers, the Politburo will deliberate on nagging issues that are affecting the party on Wednesday,” said Moyo.


Written by How Africa

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