Zanu PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has vowed to weed out G-40 elements who voted for the opposition in the July 30 polls.
Addressing Zanu-PF winning candidates in Harare yesterday,
Mnangagwa alleged there was a plot by some G-40 to vote for the opposition in a deliberate move to wreck his Presidential bid.
Mnangagwa said measures would be taken against people who urged Zanu-PF supporters to vote for
the National Assembly Members only and not the President.
” I have been given a report showing
statistics of the number of votes
attained by the MP and the President in every constituency. I want to talk in
general terms. There were others who were saying vote for the MP but as for the President just do what you think is good for you.
We now know these people. What it shows is that such Cdes do not rely on the leadership of party. So such people should be retired and if they want to come back they
should come back as full members of
the party. What we want is unity from
the grassroots level up to national
That is why we have party ideologies.
We should all follow party ideologies
wherever we go,” said Mnangagwa.