HARARE – In a startling claim, Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has alleged that Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Auxillia Mnangagwa, and her son, Collins “Jnr” Mnangagwa, are now running the show in the ruling party, ZANU-PF. According to Mliswa, most political decisions in Zimbabwe are being made by the First Lady and her son, who are not elected by the people.
Mliswa revealed these details during a meeting with a member of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) named Nhete. The CIO member apparently told Mliswa that important political decisions were being made by individuals who were not elected by the people but were members of the ruling family.
Mliswa further claimed that Muswere and Wadyajena returned to the race because they have close ties with Collins Mnangagwa. His comments have raised concerns about the level of influence wielded by the Mnangagwa family in Zimbabwe’s political affairs.
However, ZANU-PF has not yet responded to Mliswa’s claims. The ruling party has been facing criticism for alleged corruption and human rights violations, with many opposition leaders and activists being arrested or forced into exile.
Zimbabwe’s political landscape has been marked by instability and conflict in recent years. The country has been grappling with a struggling economy, high unemployment, and political repression. The alleged influence of the Mnangagwa family in the ruling party is likely to add to the concerns of Zimbabweans who are looking for a more transparent and accountable government.
It remains to be seen how the ruling party will respond to Mliswa’s claims, and whether there will be any repercussions for the Mnangagwa family’s alleged involvement in political decision-making.
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