Tuesday, March 26, 2019

ZANU PF will not lose sleep over former party strongmen: Matemadanda

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Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) secretary general Victor Matemadanda says Zanu-PF will not lose sleep or be intimidated by the recent chilling warnings issued by former party strongman Saviour Kasukuwere and his G40 colleagues that they are ready to take the ruling party head on.
Speaking during a meeting with war veterans, war collaborators and detainees in Bindura last week, Matemadanda said G40 members like Jonathan Moyo should not fool themsleves by thinking they are greater schemers than Zanu-PF.
“Kasukuwere is saying it will be rough,” he said. “To who? As a party, we will not lose sleep or be disturbed from making babies by a goat which is rubbing its body against the bedroom walls. Kasukuwere is a hopeless man and there is nothing he can do to the party.
“Professor Jonathan Moyo thinks he is a great schemer. Let us see him scheme, while out there in the cold, outside the country. Once you are beaten and driven out of the village and you tell yourself that you are going to scheme, what are you going to scheme, don’t fool yourself.
“They are now saying we have the likes of Mutumwa Mawere. Since you are a professor, why can’t you just write educational curriculums for schools and tertiary institutions where you belong because politics is our game, where we belong. You cannot tell us about penetration ability that is our job.”