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The Joice Mujuru led National People’s Party has fired 12 Harare party members for allegedly being spies.

In a statement Wednesday, the party’s chairperson for Harare, Friday Mleya said the affected were spies speaking for the NPP.

“The following members and individuals, some of them elected party members and some unelected party members, have been sending electronic communications on social media groups were they were denigrating fellow party members and leadership at various levels including the Party President.

Nathan Guzura, ( Warren Park), Silent Muvuti (Southerton), Joyce Gomba (Hatfield)
Obey Chiwara (Harare South)
,Collin Rutsate ( St Mary’s),Shelton Marange (Seke South),
Nyasha Nhau (St Mary’s),

Moreblessing Cherai (Harare South),
Simon Gonde ( Warren Park), Julia Mpinga (Kuwadzana West),and Brian Gamundani (Mt Pleasant ).

“NPP is a properly constituted Political Party and will not tolerate individuals who behave like thugs, infiltrators and spies, who are bent on causing confusion and chaos in the party. The behavior of these individuals has reached an unacceptable level to the extent that as a Party, we have decided to immediately suspend these individuals.”

“Their behavior is reminiscent of spies and infiltrators who are on a mission to fish information from our party and using it somewhere, for other purposes. These individuals have been warned on several occasions against such behavior but they have not repented at all,”said Mleya.

He said a provincial disciplinary committee was going to be set up in and deal with fired members.

Source: ZimEye

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