Plot to oust ED

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa has uncovered a plot within his fractured Zanu PF party to impeach him in the event that he wins the presidential race in July this year, the Daily News heard yesterday.

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Richie - 31 May 2018

...hahahaha, @Richie; wekenyenye!

SaManyika Chaiye - 31 May 2018

pres mnangagwa has shown to be a man committed to transform zim he and mr chiwenga all other zanupf babbons who wants to oust him we shall resist them they are old thieves who dont want transformation

david - 31 May 2018

The demons that resulted in the unceremonious eviction of Mugabe are returning to haunt ZNU PF as evidenced by the loss of such a large number of primary elections by sitting MPs. ZANU has failed to transform its structures and operations to fit in with a modern democratic party that is accountable and responds to the will of the people. The only way it will retain any modicum of political relevance and control is not because of its capacity but it will be assisted in this by the disarray and lack of common sense of purpose in the opposition camp. Perhaps the many political pundits and analysts should now be informing the electorate on the permutations that could emerge after the lections regarding the Presidency and the Legislature. This could involve a President without a parliamentary majority or the inability of any single party to garner an outright control in parliament.

jaikolu Maison - 31 May 2018

Ken Sharpe - 31 May 2018

Down with the corrupt illegal military junta lead by Mnangagwa. They need to be kicked out of power and into oblivion. No one can build legitimacy on crime and corruption and Mnangagwa is as corrupt as Mugabe if not more.

Ken Sharpe - 31 May 2018

Whew! Larger and more elaborate than the USA's White House! Such obscene wealth belonging to a former civil servant in a 5th grade, third world country!

Essexvale - 26 June 2018

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