Zanu PF official Nick Mangwana has said the party spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo should have refused to read a statement, which announced the dismissal of the now President Emmerson Mnangagwa as a Vice President of the party and the nation.
Mnangagwa was fired from the party on November 6 before he also got dismissed from government and he escaped to South Africa fearing for his life after he claimed to have been threatened with death.
He returned after Mugabe resigned on November 21 to take over the reigns after the party elected him to take over.
"SK Moyo should have refused to read the statement firing our President. We r tired of opportunists who have no principles. Thy are prepared to dump Mnangagwa today if Mugabe comes back. They failed to just boycott Cabinet, some of them even wanted to stall impeachment proceedings," Mangwana said.
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