GWERU – Leader of the little-known FreeZim Congress party, Joseph Makamba Busha, has accused Zanu PF and leaders of the two MDC formations of abandoning their electorate and leaving them to toil as they live large.
Addressing his supporters at Gweru’s Midlands Hotel on Sunday, Busha blasted Zanu PF officials for abandoning its nationalist-socialist ideology to embrace a self-centred approach.
He accused the two MDC formations of using their vantage points in the coalition government to better their leaders’ lives instead of adopting a servant-type leadership as espoused by their election manifestos.
Busha described his party as socialist workers’ movement whose origins date back to 2005.
He said the party started mobilising and recruiting membership in 2010.
Busha said he had business interests in South Africa and his diversified company, JM Busha Investments Group, operates in Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland and Zambia.