Defiant Tsenengamu vows to continue anti-corruption blitz

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DEFIANT suspended ZANU PF youth leader Godfrey Tsenengamu on Friday vowed not to sway from his anti-corruption drive despite of his suspension from the ruling party.

Addressing the media in Harare, Tsenengamu said he will not back down on pointing out corruption simply because he was suspended from the ruling party.

I refuse to join a choir of leadership praise singers, efforts to mute and eliminate me are underway but so be it,” he said.

“I will not die because I am no longer a leader,” Tsenengamu said:

“I refuse to be muted so that I can get benefits.”

“A good name is better than material gains, I do not care about benefits, Tsenengamu noted.

He added that he was not invited into the party hence he will not jump into the bandwagon of those who have sycophantic disposition.

“I came to ZANU PF on my own, not invited hence I won’t act dump, deaf and blind against corruption,and I am not going to attend Chitepo school of ideology, he noted.

“Go tell your masters that I am not backing down, I will not stop fighting against corruption ,” he added..

He also castigated the fact that he was suspended because of people who are outside the ruling party.

“Why should we be suspended for naming people outiside the party.

Billy Rautenbach doesn’t even know how to chant a slogan.

“Our leaders can’t keep chanting dialogue without action,” Tsenengamu said.

Meanwhile, Tsenengamu announced that on February 14 he would convene a stakeholders meeting to constitute what he called the ‘Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Taskforce.

Tsenengamu and Lewis Matutu accused  petroleum mogul Kudakwashe Tagwirei and others of being the leaders of cartels, bleeding the economy through corruption.

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