By Dorrothy Moyo| The former ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has responded to allegations of seeking to return to the ruling party.
Yesterday the ZANU PF acting spokesperson, Patrick Chinamasa said both Kasukuwere and one of his brothers have sought ANC intervention to return to ZANU PF. Chinamasa said the ANC delegation sent by President Cyril Ramaphosa last week revealed that the Kasukuweres have approached South Africa’s governing party to intervene for readmission.
However responding on social media, Kasukuwere described Chinamasa by his former party, Abel Muzorewa’s UANC. He said: “This UANC fellow is hurting bigtime. He should leave me alone.”
He went on to offload the below chunk of lines responding to a thread:
“How did I undermine his faction in SA and where is the application letter?
“I am proud carrier of my original ZANU PF card? So what is he talking about?
“There is a dispute and we should resolve that and he stops behaving like a bull in a Chinese shop.”