The Affirmative Action Group (AAG) saga has taken a new twist with the Mliswa led executive claiming it has dismissed the empowerment group’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Davison Gomo, alleging that his statements on empowerment were individual views not the group’s.

The current developments in the empowerment group where the former first vice president, Mr Themba Mliswa has announced a new executive at a press conference where he claimed he had fired Dr Gomo.

Addressing journalists in Harare, Mr Mliswa, who claims to be the AAG President, said he has come up with a new executive as the empowerment group’s founding fathers have no power over the running of the organisation.

He however admitted he can consult the AAG founding fathers.

Contacted for comment on the current development, AAG CEO, Dr Gomo said Mr Mliswa has no powers to dismiss him, adding that his organisation is illegal thereby making the decision null and void.

The Mliswa led AAG has in its structures new executive members which are drawn from the National Union of the Disabled People, Zimbabwe Liberation War Collaborators Association, Upfumi Kuvadiki and ZIPEDRA, among other organisations.