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September 30, 2019 / comments : 0
The New Patriotic Front (NPF) has rolled out what it terms 'political
evangelism' as the opposition party pushes for the constitutional
removal of President Emmerson Mnangagwa from office.
NPF leader Peter Tendai Munyanduri told NewsAnchor in an interview his
party had embarked on the project in which it preaches political
messages at public places, such as termini, flea and vegetables
markets inorder to instill political consciousness among 'weary'
Zimbabweans as they agitate for the ouster of Mnangagwa's failed
"We are doing this with one motive, which is to see Mnangagwa's
constitutional removal from office through free and fair elections.
The people of Zimbabwe have long-suffered under Mnangagwa's ruinous
rule that has resulted in acute shortages and runaway prices of fuel
and basic commodities," said Munyanduri, who is an engineer by
Ironically, the NPF president is part of the national dialogue that
was initiated by Mnangagwa, accused of pursuing disasterous economic
policies and gross human rights violations against citizens.
Munyanduri argued being at the same table with the Zanu PF leader was
aimed at convincing him and his acolytes to "leave the stage and save
The political evangelism project was recently pioneered in Chinhoyi
and would be extended to other urban centres.
Munyanduri said NPF was focussing on towns and cities as the Nelson
Chamisa-led MDC had lost traction among urbanites, who felt let down
by the opposition movement.-TOP NEWS
Zimbabwe News Anchor
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