Kudzanai Chipanga disowns NPF, throws weight behind Mnangagwa

Former Zanu PF Secretary for Youth Affairs, Kudzanai Chipanga has dismissed claims by the Ambrose Mutinhiri led National Patriotic Front (NPF) that he is part of its leadership.

Chipanga who was expelled from Zanu PF together with a host of G40 members, said he has since applied for readmission into the ruling Zanu PF party.

“My heart is still with Zanu PF and whether I am re-admitted into the party or not, I will still vote for the revolutionary party and President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the upcoming elections,” said Chipanga.

Chipanga is one of the expelled Zanu PF members who has been linked by social media reports to the new Mutinhiri led political outfit as its Secretary for the Commissariat.

The reports also name former cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo and former First Lady Grace Mugabe as co-vice presidents, while another former minister Saviour Kasukuwere is the chairperson.

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