Fierce fighting erupts in Zanu PF, Mnangagwa and Chiwenga factions head for showdown at party headquarters

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A storm is brewing in ZANU PF as two factions in support of President Emmerson Mnangagwa and General Constantino Chiwenga are set for a major showdown at the ZANU PF Headquaters in Harare.

A ZANU Youth League source who spoke to us on condition of anonymity said, "Its all systems go. The Youth League is organising a Presidential solidarity march which will also denounce elements who wants to divide the Party. The march will start from the HQ and end at the Munhumutapa offices where the President will address us.

You must know that people like Chiwenga, Matemadanda and Mutsvangwa think they made the President and hence want to grab power from him.

"Chris has his own ambitions supported by Warvets aligned to Matemadanda and Chiwenga is supported by his crew from the army. Chiwenga is behind all the suffering that is happening in the country, he is working in cohorts with Tagwirei to siphon money from the country.

"We have also been alerted through our intelligence that a person called Commandant is organising a pro-Chiwenga rally on the same day and at the same time. We hear that Commandant is working with Pamona barracks in organising their demo. We have push measures in place to counter them and we are taking their plans as a provocation to our peaceful march."

Exiled Political analyst Professor Jonathan Moyo was the first to insinuate that another coup is coming in November.

"And on the first day of the month of November, whose Mbudzi Curse was inscribed by Rhodesia's UDI on the month's 11th day in 1965 & by the coup that was not a coup on the month's 15th day in 2017, it bears repeating once again that coups beget one another. Camera rolling!" Moyo said.

Party’s secretary for youth affairs Pupurai Togarepi also lashed out at senior Zanu PF members during Wednesday's meeting with President Mnangagwa.

Togarepi said cryptically that there is only one president of the party and some senior officials should abstain from confusing the youths.

– Bulawayo24


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