supa mndiwanziraa.jpgThere was drama at the Affirmative Action Group (AAG) meeting this Monday afternoon when former executive members clashed on allegations of misappropriation of funds.

The AAG meeting, which drew provincial leadership got rowdy after allegations of maladministration were levelled against the Supa Mandiwanzira led executive by one of their own, Themba Mliswa, who was the first vice president of the empowerment group.

Supa Mandiwanzira (pictured) could not stomach the accusations and had to address the gathering clarifying issues levelled against his team.

This follows accusations and counter accusations which almost sucked in other members of the empowerment group.

AAG founding president, Mr Philip Chiyangwa swiftly intervened saying those elected into the executive should champion the vision of the empowerment group more than individual benefits.

AAG has been facing constraints following the passing of the vote of no confidence on the Mandiwanzira led executive which subsequently led to the stepping down of members, paving way for founder members to take control of the group for the next three months.