Latest on Mujuru rejoining Zanu PF reports


THE National People’s Party (NPP) has dismissed reports on social media that its leader, Joice Mujuru, was negotiating with Zanu PF with the view to re-join the ruling party.

Mujuru’s party claimed the messages originated from Zanu PF, which feared the formation of a grant opposition coalition.

Party supporter Obert Mundevere Ncube‎ hailed Mujuru for refusing to rejoin her former party Zanu PF even at a time when it seemed all members who were fired uncleanly from the Robert Mugabe led Zanu PF.

Zanu PF under Emmerson Mnangagwa has re-admitted most of the members who were fired together with him and those who were fired with Mujuru.

Mujuru has not contemplated going back to the ruling party.

“I applause Dr Joice Mujuru for refusing to join her former party, she could be directionless today singing the same sane old chorus #MugabeMustGo. Almost a month in power, they are still confused singing Our Honourable President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe,” Ncube said.

“Let them sing on their own about sanctions and arrest two people in the name of fighting corruption. It’s a discorded song in my ears. They shared the same loot and they are all charged Corrupted by any court of law. G40 and Lacoste.” Newsday

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