Zimbabweans urged to ignore Tsenengamu’s utterances

By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor

The Zimbabwe Youth Action Platform (ZYAP) has castigated expelled former ZANU PF youth leader, Godfrey Tsenengamu for his misguided threats on the country’s leadership, saying he is singing for his supper.

Briefing journalists in Harare this Friday, ZYAP president, Cde Tonderai Chidawa described Tsenengamu as a sell out who is driven by selfish motives and monetary gain.

“For starters, Tsenengamu is Morris Nyathi of our times. He is trying to export his renegade Morris Nyathi politics into our party using dirty money. We are aware that the money becomes unstable on the sight of anything money and that there is dirty money exchanging hands as Tsenengamu is being used by an embattled Kasukuwere, who thinks Zimbabweans from whom he stole through corrupt shenanigans are his people,” Cde Chidawa said.

He Chidawa also noted that ZANU PF has no room for factionalism.

“We wish to make it clear to the media, that ZANU PF as the colossal revolutionary party cleansed itself from unprincipled renegades and factional thugs who find political relevance through creating and fronting divisions. While we make it very clear again, that there is no noise in the cockpit and that our leaders are united from the top to the lowest level, we advise Zimbabweans to ignore the nonsense from this renegade, who was expelled from the party.”

Tsenengamu was expelled from ZANU PF in 2020 for insubordination and bringing the name of the party into disrepute.