Zanu-PF Secretary for Women's Affairs Cde Oppah Muchinguri on Thursday said she decided to relinquish her post to the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe after realising that some people no longer respected her authority and the party's constitution.

Cde Muchinguri said this while addressing thousands of Zanu-PF supporters at Chipadze Stadium in Bindura. She said some Zanu-PF leaders had deviated from the mandate given to the women's league when it was formed.

"When we were in Mozambique at Xai Xai, we decided to form the women's league during the liberation struggle as a way of promoting the cause of women. I was there at Xai Xai when the women's league was formed after we noticed the myriad of challenges that women were facing. We wanted to promote the status of women under Zanu-PF. However, what we are seeing now is not what we intended the women's league to be like," said Cde Muchinguri.

"We are seeing people coming with money and dividing them in an attempt to get positions. They no longer respect the constitution and that there are party structures, the national executive, an assembly, a provincial executive or branch executive. It is because of that, that I decided to go to Amai Mugabe so that she comes and leads us."

Cde Muchinguri said Britain and the US had decided to use some people within the party to pursue their regime change agenda.

She said the women's league members decided to approach the First Lady at her Children's Home in Mashonaland Central because the province led in the fight against colonial rule.

"This is the province where the war started, this is the land of Mbuya Nehanda, that is why we came here. I no longer had respect, so I came to seek protection from Amai Mugabe because she is compassionate. She looks after disadvantaged children, widows and other vulnerable groups. She has the qualities to lead women," said Cde Muchinguri.




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Naome
+2 # Naome 2014-10-18 07:43
Heya.Chokwadi chichabuda pachena.
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bacha
+2 # bacha 2014-10-18 09:32
kkkkkkk seka hako.aya vanhu aya hoooh mwari anoziwana
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Mackenzi
+2 # Mackenzi 2014-10-18 13:38
Hw could have cde Tongogara survived with people like Oppah n Munangagwa around .
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zvichapera
0 # zvichapera 2014-10-18 15:19
Mapfupa evana we zimbabwe omuka zvino kuchasara vanhu. Kwawo wese mune huori nguva yenyu yasvika.zimbabw e haisi ye vanhu wakaenda ku moxambiqwe chete.ngeye munhu wese muhondo ini newe tine basa.wamwe wakafa wachiendesera wana mukoma sadza.saka how come kuti kuti wobva ku hondo muti nyika ndeyenyu mwega ko uyo akafa achikupai sadza munomunoisa papi.zwakaoma asi mwari ndewedu tese.mark my my words
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ike
0 # ike 2014-10-19 00:12
Yes it's you can say that again Oppah that Grace can lead women not men. No ways! ! Taramba, nada
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Mbeva
0 # Mbeva 2014-10-19 05:53
varoyihava gerani
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Chadzunda
0 # Chadzunda 2014-10-19 07:01
rega uone zvako
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Chadzunda
0 # Chadzunda 2014-10-19 07:01
rega uone zvako
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clemz
0 # clemz 2014-10-19 08:09
Which widow coz is fighting 1 of d widows? Wena Muchinguri, J Moyo n yo boss Mnakwakwa u ur dividing d party through novoince Grace money lover. She is rude, stuborn, selfcentred etc, I guess Mugabe ws forced to marry her n to stay in power for too long is bcoz of lomama oyiseqa mgwanqo (Grace Mafura o wht) President Mugabe ws a wrld wide respected man wth Sali not dis stupid woman he has now
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selele
0 # selele 2014-10-20 16:05
Saka Mbuya Hehanda Nyakasikana vekuMazowe naSekuru Kaguvi vanoti chii nevana vavo vaoita basa rekupembedza zvana beatification nana pontification ?
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pablo
0 # pablo 2014-10-21 15:30
Pane vachachema chete matambiro enyu aya
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