Mutodi on why he was expelled from ZANU-PF


Below is the full facebook post on his expulsion



The ZANU PF Politburo has decided to expel me from the party.

It's a decision that they have taken time to make after I openly differed with some party resolutions as well as policies that I felt were detrimental to the well being of the country.

I accept the party's decision.

It is true that I disagreed with a lot of things.

I wanted some things to be handled in a different manner.

In my articles, I was trying to show the leadership that there is now a new crop of citizens and party members that no longer subscribes to the politics of elimination and the politics of hate and discrimination.

I said discrimination on account of origin, tribe, race, gender or beliefs is unacceptable.

I had noticed this was the main reason why factionalism had become so glaring that it began to manifest in each and every state institution.

It would have been good if an atmosphere of love and true unity was created.

Maybe we would not fool each other and say we are united yet it's only for a while.

It's unity so that we win elections together but soon after we fight again.

It has become so certain that after the 2018 elections and before congress, every dissenting voice and every serious voice for positive change within the party will be silenced.

Truly, it must not be an offence to say I support so and so to take over as President. It must not also build up to the hate of the preferred candidate.

That's the democratic route we decided to take in 1980 otherwise we should have kept our culture of the Munhumutapa dynasty.

We inherited this culture of elections and democracy from whites but then we tend to forget that it comes with it, the freedom of expression, freedom to differ in opinion and other freedoms without making us enemies or divided.

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