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Kasukuwere issues an apology

Embattled Zanu-PF National Political Commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday indicated that he imposed candidates in Harare before apologising to the province.

Kasukuwere is under fire for imposing Ronald Chindedza in the Norton by-election which he went on to lose to independent candidate Mr Temba Mliswa last year.

Kasukuwere made the admission while addressing Zanu-PF supporters in Mbare during an inter-district conference.

In a veiled attack on Zanu-PF Harare East legislator Terence Mukupe, who has used social media to expose Kasukuwere’s alleged shenanigans in ward 46 local authority elections, the national political commissar threatened to deal with him in the forthcoming general elections.

“Zvichatipa kuti tiite review, ndakazozviona. Nyaya yekuregerera vanhu vachipinda muparty vasina macredentials is dangerous muparty. In fact, let me say to Harare I am sorry. Ndakakuregererai ndichiti aaa anehunhu aaaa. Ndakairasa,” said Kasukuwere. state media


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