Chiwenga to remove Mnangagwa at the October elective congress

The Newsday reports that there is renewed push to oust President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the ruling Zanu PF leader at the elective congress expected in October.

A camp allegedly linked to his deputy Constantino Chiwenga has been burning midnight oil to remove him.

Mnangagwa has failed to provide answers to the country’s deteriorating economic crisis mirrored by skyrocketing prices of basic goods and services.

In leaked WhatsApp audio clips in possession of NewsDay Weekender, Zanu PF youths claimed victimisation for speaking against Mnangagwa.

Please read the full story on today’s Newsday 04 June 2022