Ex-Zanu PF MP Killer Zivhu threatens to go after Minister Chadzamira. Former Chivi South MP, Killer Zivhu (ZANU PF), has lambasted Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Ezra Chadzamira following reports that the latter lost the chairmanship in the recently-held ZANU PF provincial elections to Robison Mavenyengwa.
Zivhu was expelled from ZANU PF in June last year after he used social media to urge first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa and MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s wife, Sithokozile Chamisa, to push for dialogue between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his rival.
His popularity with party structures in Masvingo Province was reportedly his downfall as a faction aligned to the then provincial chairperson, Chadzamira, recommended his expulsion from the ruling party.
With unconfirmed reports indicating that Chadzamira lost to Mavenyengwa, Zivhu took to Twitter to express his joy over the development.
The former Chivi Rural District Council (RDC) council chairperson ominously warned Chadzamira that he has not yet done with him. Tweeted Zivhu:
Minister Chadzamira next time don’t rush kudzinga vanhu vaunoziva kuti vanodiwa navanhu (to expel from the party the people you know are loved by supporters).
Ndini ndingadayi ndaita Chairman nhasi but hazvineyi as long iwe wadzingwa navanhu I am happy for you, I am not yet done with you uchaona hako kuti handina kuchipa sokufunga kwako.
(I’m the one who should be taking over as the chairman today, nevertheless, as long as the party supporters have rejected you I’m happy for you. I’m not yet done with you and you will see that I’m not a punching bag as you thought).
Meanwhile, ZANU PF is yet to announce the official results for the provincial elections held on 28 December in spite of having pledged to release them starting mid-morning on the 29th.
Source – Pindula News
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