|Zanu-PF to wield axe on faction leaders|
|Tuesday, 24 July 2012 00:00|
Lloyd Gumbo Herald Reporter
Co-ordinating Committees as the party intensifies its bid to bring sanity in its ranks, senior party officials said yesterday.
Briefing Zanu-PF Harare provincial leadership on the reasons behind the abolition of DCCs yesterday, party Secretary for Administration, Cde Didymus Mutasa, said there would be no sacred cows.
“You have to stop the tendency of using DCCs for bad things because Zanu-PF is developing teeth.
Cde Mutasa warned the leadership from engaging in factionalism saying those found on the wrong side would be removed.
Cde Mutasa and Cde Shamu have been touring all the country’s provinces explaining the disbanding of the DCCs.
Giving an overall outline of the tour, Zanu-PF national spokesperson, Cde Gumbo, said no stone would be left unturned in uprooting factionalism.
“We have already been briefed and these people are known. All we want is to make sure we are factual about what they have been doing. We are determined to unravel this factionalism,” Cde Gumbo said.
He said some DCCs’ members had become kingmakers in determining who was supposed to be in leadership.
He said leadership from all the provinces, except the Midlands, had openly welcomed the dissolving of DCCs.
President Mugabe, who is the party’s President and First Secretary, recently announced the Politburo decision to disband the DCCs at a Central Committee meeting. The Central Committee has since endorsed the decision to do away with the DCCs.