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Mujuru to bring Zhuwao to book over invasions

Mujuru to bring Zhuwao to book over invasions

Monday, 07 February 2011 08:14


PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao will be told to stop
invading tourism facilities or face disciplinary action at a proposed crisis
meeting with Vice-President Joyce Mujuru, sources have said.

Impeccable sources told The Standard last week that Zanu PF officials told
the Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee (Jomic) that they had
asked Mujuru to reign in the Zvimba East legislator.

This was after he openly defied Mujuru by threatening to re-invade tourist
resorts along Lake Chivero despite the fact that his supporters were chased
away by the police last month.

Jomic last week issued a hard-hitting statement on the invasions, which was
jointly signed by representatives of the three parties in the unity
government, including Zanu PF’s Oppah Muchinguri.

The body said the invasions were against the spirit of the Global Political
Agreeement (GPA) that underpins the unity government.
Jomic reportedly wanted to summon Zhuwao before Muchinguri intervened saying
they would make sure that Mujuru summoned the youthful MP for a dressing

Zhuwao issued the threats after Mujuru had apologised to the owners of the
facilities and promised that the invasions would not happen again.
MDC-T’s representative in Jomic, Elias Mudzuri, confirmed that Zanu PF had
promised that the MP would be told to respect the rule of law.


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