Thursday, 29 September 2016


Minister of State for Manicaland Province Cde Mandi Chimene on Tuesday accused two Deputy Ministers of fanning factionalism and causing havoc in the province.

Cde Chimene said Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services Deputy Minister Dr Win Mlambo and Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Deputy Minister Christopher Chingosho, were engaged in clandestine meetings that were cancerous to the ruling party’s ideology.

Cde Chimene called on the party’s political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere, who is also Local Government Public Works and National Housing Minister, to intervene.

She urged the party to pardon Chipinge South legislator Cde Enock Porusingazi, saying he was now towing the party’s line.

Cde Chimene was speaking during a funeral parade at Checheche Growth point in Chipinge where the party accorded district heroes status to six Chipinge party youth members who died in an accident on Sunday. The youths were returning from Gaza Stadium where they had attended the launch of a residential stands programme in the district.

“I am having a hard time with two individuals who are causing pandemonium in this province. I have tried to advise them to refrain from secret meetings with the agenda of putting the party into disrepute but they want me to be accused of failing to run this province.

“I have even written a letter to the President warning him that I do not think they deserve their positions. Cde Win Mlambo and his counterpart must be investigated and put in their right places,” said Cde Chimene pointing at Dr Mlambo who, however, did not respond. herald


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