Chiwenga warns G40 remnants

VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga has warned Zanu PF members that are not happy with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership to “shape up or ship out”.

By NQOBANI NDLOVU

Addressing the party’s Matabeleland South Bulilima and Mangwe leadership in Plumtree on Thursday, Chiwenga betrayed fears the ruling party was worried about the G40 remnants.

The VP said the ruling party had no room for fence-sitters, whom he described as “sell-outs” and “Judas Iscariots”.
“Party members must chose and be clear as to where they stand. It is and has never been a principle for any party member or leader to stand on the fence. Even Jesus had to ask Judas whether he was still on his side or not,” Chiwenga said.

“And so, my message to you is that if you are one of those that have been sitting on the fence, now is time to shape up or ship out.”

Zanu PF emerged bruised following the November 2017 ousting of former leader Robert Mugabe.

At the time, Mugabe was linked to the G40 faction, which was at odds with Mnangagwa over the succession issue.

The G40 remnants, however, remain in the party, while others have either crossed the floor or skipped the border like former Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo.

Mnangagwa recently revealed fears of impeachment after the general elections, suggesting that some G40 members used various tricks to win tickets to represent Zanu PF in this month’s polls so that they push for his impeachment in
Parliament.

“There are two things I would want those among you to know would happen. First, you must realise that the Constitution provides the basis of impeachment and such basis must be fulfilled before impeachment proceedings begin,” Mnangagwa recently told Zanu PF aspiring candidates.

“Secondly, our Constitution provides an instrument to chuck out from Parliament any member whom we think is not Zanu PF anymore.”

To impeach a President, both the House of Assembly and the Senate have to sit together and vote by a majority.

After that, they have to set up a nine-member committee and if that committee recommends the removal of the President, both Houses have to sit again and vote by a two-thirds majority to remove the President.

13 Comments

  1. rega ndikuudzei chokwadi chinokuendesa kudenga iwe dofo rakadzidza mukadzi wako nemadzitezvara vako vakuvhotera chamisa mugabe included saka ini ndakamirira maG40 ese tikuvhotera chamisa #handetione #kwekwehim

    1. The only problem is even the white population now wants ED. You know better that numbers don’t win elections no matter where and how you print ballot papers but POWER. Mari inoenda paneimwe same as power don’t know about numbers

      1. Intersting!!!! Do we???? We the 0.19% of the Zimbabwen People just want peace, prosperity and job creation for all and for Zimbabwe to become a net exporter once again. We want a leader who can achieve this! An unselfish leader, for all our People and our Country. Whoever this person may be! Please step up to the plate!

  2. Takesure Zvazviri

    ZANU PF needs a cleaning exercise, those who are still aligned to G40 should go and join NPF, magrenades hatizozivi kuti arikubva nepi.

  3. All criminals must b arrested;but fence sitters must b allowed in all political parties;there is nothing wrong for dissents in a democracy or n organisation in tune this method whatsoever

  4. MaG40 are known if they think they are hiding kunyepa, they will be fished out now now

  5. Wenyu Bvepfepfe

    dzingai muvatorere kana kutanga nekuganhura mapuraziavo. Havasi kurima basa nderekungo nyangadza ungreatful evil devils Madzingei tomaziva mute zvedu isuma all weather supporters of Zany
    nu pf on all platforms amunonatsoziva

  6. Ummmm imi baba imi. Our Lord Jesus never asked Judas tha question. He just identified the one that was going to betray Him.
    Do not twist the word of God to suit your silly agenda.

    1. Ndasekawo pandaverenga that part

  7. Great stuff

  8. Kwana chiwenga se mari yebhazi

  9. You can now smell the ZANU PF stench from kilometers away. Its a dead party being led by an EDiot who will be shown his way back to Ndola Zambia. If a leader is corrupt; what do u expect from those below him. U just have to read the headlines on Newsday home page to see all the evidence.

  10. sIck une sIck.

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