Harare – Zanu PF’s supreme decision making organ in between congress, the Politburo met in the capital today and hit the final nail in the political coffin for former youth league secretary and youth league political commissar Kudzanayi Chipanga and Innocent Hamandishe respectively.
The two’s plea for readmission into the revolutionary party hit a snag as the Politburo resolved not to readmit them.
Chipanga and Hamandishe were booted out of the ruling party after the removal of former President Robert Mugabe.
The two’s political fortunes started waning at the height of the factional fights that pit the so called G40 against President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Vice President Constantino Chiwenga.
During this period the two youths openly displayed their support for former president Robert Mugabe and made spurious allegations against the then Commander of Zimbabwe Defence Forces Constantino Chiwenga and the then vice president Mnangagwa accusing them of being responsible for the $15 billion which reportedly from diamond sales.
When Mugabe was ousted in November 2017, the duo was expelled from the party and they have been hopeful of readmission until today when their future in the party was sealed.
During former President Mugabe’s rule, Hamandishe, said he wanted him to rule until he dies.
Chipanga and Hamandishe were notorious and they were dragged before the courts by Zanu PF for wearing party regalia emblazoned with Mnangagwa’s initials.
It is alleged that they took photographs of themselves wearing headgear (caps) inscribed “ED” and “Kutonga Kwaro” and an embroidered Zanu PF flag.
Meanwhile, Zanu PF has readmitted Anastacia Ndlovu and has ratified the full time employment of Simon Khaya-Moyo, Obert Mpofu, Christopher Mushowe, Paul Mangwana, Douglas Mahiya, Lewis Matutu, Edna Madzongwe, Simbarashe Mbengegwi, Mike Bimha, Cleveria Chizema, David Parirenyatwa and Josiah Hungwe.
Anasaticia became the only ‘prodigal’ daughter to be readmitted while some of the fallen cadres like Walter Mzembi and Ignatious Chombo have decided to pursue business and farming on full time basis respectively.