Tafadzwa Manyika claiming to be the interim Zanu PF Secretary-General has written to the Speaker of Parliament recalling 70 elected Zanu PF members of parliament.
This information surfaced on social media early today after letters written to the Speaker of Parliament by Tafadzwa Manyika have been making the most noise. One of the largest international media company The Voice Of America (VOA Shona) through their Studio 7 announced that they managed to contact Tafadzwa Manyika who admitted that he wrote the letter informing the parliament of the new development in the ruling party.
This has come at a time when Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) impostor Sengezo Tshabangu claimed to be the secretary general of the party and recalled 15 members of parliament and 17 legislators on behalf of the opposition party.
However, the President of opposition Advocate Nelson Chamisa of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) wrote a letter to Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda disqualifying the letter written by Tshabangu an imposter but the Speaker of Parliament choose to ignore the letter from Chamisa and proceeded with recalling members of parliament and legislators.
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Zimbabwe is now waiting to hear from the Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda if he will treat the matter as he did for Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) letter written by Tshabangu.
On the other hand, the main opposition leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) had recently announced their disengagement from parliament as a means of protest for the so called unconstitutional recalls.