Zanu PF senator, Cde Angeline Masuku has scoffed at the recent lifting of her suspension from the party saying she feels indifferent by the latest developments highlighting that her suspension was a nullity as it was baseless as it was executed by people who have no authority over her in the revolutionary party.
One of the only surviving member from the Zapu side committee that was involved in negotiations between Zanu and PF Zapu that led to the formation of a united Zanu PF after the 1987 unity accord, Cde Masuku said the lifting of her suspension is of no significance as she never stopped working for the party following what she said was a charade by her enemies.
Addressing journalists in Bulawayo over the weekend, Cde Masuku said the ruling party has been hijacked by enemies of the party who will stop at nothing in pursuing their factional agenda by persecuting real revolutionary party stalwarts like herself.
The ten member committee which led to the 1987 unity accord had five members from PF Zapu and five members from Zanu (PF) and from the Zapu side, Cde Masuku is the only surviving member.
Going forward, Cde Masuku said the ruling party should put aside all differences for the good of the nation as it is the only party that has the wishes of the people at heart.
Earlier this month, a Bulawayo Zanu PF provincial coordinating committee meeting lifted suspensions on four senior party members including Cde Masuku.