Mugabe wants to know where the “emperor” of Harare gets his powers


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President Robert Mugabe, who returned from China yesterday after a week-long visit, said he did not want to discuss the factional fighting within the party at the Harare international airport but would hold an emergency politburo meeting this week.  Among the issues he would want addressed is to find out where the so-called emperor of Harare gets his powers to decide who should, and who should not, belong to Harare. Harare has been riddled with faction-fighting and vote buying. Youth leader Godwin Gondwe said Secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa, politburo member Tendai Savanhu, central committee member Noah Mangondo and Harare provincial chairman Amos Midzi were responsible for the chaos in the capital.  “We want the party to be strong and Harare, Harare, Harare inoendesa mbiri yekusabatana. Harare, Harare, Harare ndiyo capital yedu. Ndiyo capital yenyika, ndimo mune headquarters yeparty. Saka veHarare vanosungirwa kushinga kusadharara kuti kutorerwa kwavakaitwa maconstituency neMDC kudzorwe. Tive nekuvhaira kuti muHarare, mucapital medu ndimo mune musimboti weparty,” Mugabe said according to The Herald. “Zvino mukava nenyonga nyonga, hovhiyo kusanzwanana vanhu vamwe vachiti Harare ndeyedu, hamusi veHarare vamwe ngavabve muno aaah.  Hatingambode Harare kuti idaro. MuHarare muno ndomatiri tose takabatana tose. Haisi Harare yemunhu mumwe chete saka we all belong to Harare. Ndiri kudaro nekuti ndakanzwa kuti mumwe akati akatotuma muzukuru kuti enda unoti Amai Mugabe vabude muHarare. Ko voenda kupi?  Saka ndakati ndichada kunzwa kuti vanoburitsirwei? Vogonzi vaende kupi? Asi ndinenge ndichida kunzwa kuti iye “emperor” weHarare masimba ake aawanepi? Handizvo. Hatidi kuvhaira kwakadaro. Kana ini handifi ndakati Harare ndeyangu. Hazvife zvakaitika. So let us all have a sense of belonging. We all belong to each other and there has to be that understanding. Tiri vanhu vamwe chete muZanu-PF. It does not matter you are in Harare, Bulawayo, kwaMutare or kuGweru you should feel free. Each part of the country is your part. Zimbabwe is ours together. Ndihwo hukuru hwatinofanira kuva nahwo.” 

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