Ncube to re­place Moyo in Zanu-PF Women’s League

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THE Zanu-PF Bu­l­awayo Pro­vin­cial Women’s League has rec­om­mended Cen­tral Com­mit­tee mem­ber Cde Ju­dith Ncube to fill the va­cant po­si­tion of party deputy sec­re­tary for Women’s League once oc­cu­pied by Cde Eu­nice Nomthandazo Moyo.

Cde Moyo and former Women’s League sec­re­tary for fi­nance Cde Sarah Ma­hoka re­cently re­signed from the or­gan over al­le­ga­tions of un­der­min­ing First Lady and Sec­re­tary for the or­gan Dr Grace Mu­gabe, cor­rup­tion, in­sub­or­di­na­tion and fan­ning fac­tion­al­ism.

The Bu­l­awayo Women’s League also met last week where they called for the re­call of Cde Moyo from Par­lia­ment fol­low­ing her res­ig­na­tion from the Polit­buro.

The wing’s chair­per­son, Cde Eva Bitu, yes­ter­day said a re­port had been sent to the First Lady and con­tained a rec­om­men­da­tion for Cde Ncube to re­place Cde Moyo.

“Af­ter the meet­ing on Wed­nes­day, we com­piled our res­o­lu­tions and sent them to our boss the First Lady. We rec­om­mended that since Cde Ncube was the sec­ond most se­nior per­son af­ter Cde Moyo be­fore her res­ig­na­tion, she is now the most se­nior in the prov­ince and there­fore qual­i­fies to fill the po­si­tion of deputy sec­re­tary,” said Cde Bitu.

“What we do in the Women’s League is that the num­ber one who is the most se­nior leader in the prov­ince be­comes part of the top 10 in the na­tional ex­ec­u­tive and the sec­ond most se­nior heads a depart­ment that is why Cde Ncube was sec­re­tary for Lands and Resettlement as she was sec­ond af­ter Cde Moyo.”

Cde Bitu said part of the re­port in­cludes a rec­om­men­da­tion for Cde Moyo to be re­called from Par­lia­ment and Zanu-PF Na­tional Com­mis­sar Cde Saviour Ka­sukuwere to be re­lieved of his du­ties.

“We also raised it with the First Lady that since Cde Moyo re­signed from the Polit­buro and Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, she is now an or­di­nary mem­ber of the party and must be re­called from the pro­por­tional rep­re­sen­ta­tion seat in Par­lia­ment be­cause she got it on the ba­sis of be­ing a mem­ber of the Women’s League,” she said.

“We re­ported to our mother that we also want Cde Ka­sukuwere to be re­moved from his po­si­tion for caus­ing con­fu­sion in the party and set­ting par­al­lel struc­tures as was high­lighted by the women in the meet­ing last week.”

Mashona­land East on Wed­nes­day be­came the sev­enth prov­ince to call for the ex­pul­sion of Cde Ka­sukuwere.

Only Mata­bele­land North, Mata­bele­land South and Man­i­ca­land are yet to take a po­si­tion on the mat­ter.

Pro­fes­sor Welsh­man Ncube

Cde Ju­dith Ncube

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