Former ZANU PF national youth league political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu says he will not rejoin the ruling party claiming that he has rejected numerous invites to rejoin the party.
Tsenengamu, who was fired by ZANU PF after accusing the party’s bigwigs of corruption, told NewsDay that he will never rejoin the ruling party. He said:
I have no intentions to rejoin ZANU PF and that is why I went ahead with others to form a new party, the Front for Economic Emancipation in Zimbabwe.
I have lost count of the invitations that came for me to rejoin ZANU PF, but I have repeatedly told them that I was not going to because I now know that the problem is not just with the individual at the helm, but the whole party system.
Meanwhile, ZANU PF national youth league boss Tendai Chirau on Friday scoffed at Tsenengamu’s remarks, describing his erstwhile colleague as “a nonentity”. Said Chirau:
He is sounding emotional. There are high-profile ZANU PF officials who left the party and their absence was not felt.
ZANU PF is a big party and it accommodates everyone. If he wants to come back to the party, he knows all the procedures to be followed.
On Sunday, Tsenengamu invited ZANU PF vitriol after he attended a Citizens Coalition for Change rally at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare.