ZANU PF strongman Simon Khaya Moyo may just be finding his way out of the ruling party with reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa has lost faith in him.
Khaya Moyo who has been the party spokesperson was on Thursday unceremoniously relieved of his duties as spokesperson and replaced by the party Deputy Secretary for Legal Affairs Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana.
The party claimed in a statement to media houses, that Moyo was being relieved from the spokesperson position as he has to concentrate in campaigning for the Bulilima Senatorial seat.
However, highly reliable sources within the party told ZimEye.com that Khaya Moyo may soon be dismissed from the party on allegations that he is still peddling the rival G40 agenda within the party.
The sources rubbished claims by the party that Moyo was being relieved of his spokesperson duties because he was involved in campaigns.
“SK is not the only party official involved in the campaigns, why would he alone be excused from his position to concentrate on campaigns when even the Vice Presidents are involved in the campaigns,” said a source.
“The truth of the matter is that Mnangagwa is positioning to dismiss Moyo and this will be done shortly after elections,” the source added.
President Mnangagwa on Tuesday made a passionate call for all party members who are still paddling G40 ideas to quit the party or risk dismissal. He at the time did not divulge who those members were.