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Mugabe SA allies to march against embattled Bob
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Mugabe SA allies to march against embattled Bob

November 17 2017 – AS EMBATTLED Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe’s woes continue to mount, and other Mzansi demos end today, a SA based Zimbabwean civic group Sangano Madzimbahwe, has said it will march against the embattled leader next Tuesday at the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria.

“We are calling the president Cde RG Mugabe be recalled from both the party position as first secretary and as State Presidency because of old age and failure to execute his duties in an honourable manner that promotes unity peace and development,” says Sangano spokesperson Ignatius Goriwodho.

Sangano, which has largely supported the ruling party and calls itself a “friend” of Zanu-PF joins the organisation’s 10 provinces and others allies in giving Mugabe the red card.

“The first lady must also be expelled from the party and be banned from associating with the party in any form as her ill behaviour and lack of general Zimbabwean ethics and values has put the party into disrepute, says Gorwodho adding that Mrs Mugabe has been a symbol of disunity and disorder in the Party.

Sangano is also calling that all party stalwarts, including former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa and members that were unfairly expelled and purged out of the party be readmitted and all party structures be reconstituted as they were at the December 2015 Conference.

The group is advocating that Mnangagwa be made president of Zimbabwe.

”We reiterate our support for a ZANU PF that is people oriented and respects the values and ethics of unity , respect and tolerance of each other and will be on the side with all progressive forces that seek to improve and emancipate the lives of Zimbabweans,” says Goriwodho, who also called for all Zimbabweans to cooperate with the ZDF and the war veterans ” to bring order and dignity to our country and our people.”

Calls for Mugabe to step down are now coming from traditional allies such as War Veterans, the Army and from within the ruling party itself. – FOLLOW and LIKE ZimsInSA

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