Newly appointed Zanu PF National Political Commissar Cde Victor Matemadanda says there won’t be room for factionalism in the party and warned those trying to tarnish the party by promoting the unsanctioned eviction of resettled farmers that their plot to destabilise the party and create confusion will not be tolerated.
Just a few days after his appointment, Cde Matemadanda descended on Lupane to encourage the party to work together in reclaiming the Lupane East seat in the forthcoming bye-elections set for August.
Cde Matemadanda who highlighted the centrality of discipline towards the delivery of party manifesto said the era of factionalism is over adding that the Commissariat is geared at instilling unity of purpose, hardworking and zero tolerance to corruption.
“We will not allow divisive elements to succeed in their efforts to cause confusion. Factionalists have no place in Zanu PF and we will ensure that it dealt with,” he said.
The Zanu PF National Political Commissar said the party is deeply concerned about the unsanctioned eviction of some resettled farmers being done by some elements who have an agenda of tarnishing the party.
“Some of the evictions are not being done correctly and procedurally and as a party we will not fold our hands and let so e people push their hidden agenda,” said Cde Matemadanda.
Turning to the economy, Cde Matemadanda said the austerity for prosperity is not peculiar to Zimbabwe as it has been adopted before by many countries adding that the country’s economic prospects look promising on the back of measures aimed at enhancing fiscal discipline.
According to the Commissariat, the ruling party will continue to improve the social safety nets adding that community bakeries will be launched soon in Lupane district as part of efforts to create economic activities for the villagers.