Zapu held an urgent meeting last Sunday to discuss the invasion, which they said undermined Dabengwa’s leadership, and the way forward for the party.
The party’s national youth secretary for policy and strategy, Cannicious Nkala, told The Zimbabwean: “We are strategising a platform to ensure that other political parties also get the chance to convey their messages to Zapu and the Zimbabwean community on the developments at home.
“We are quite shocked that the government is attacking the black owned farms of the leaders of their opposition people.”
Nkala said Zapu president Dabengwa has unquestionable credentials and was one of the most important icons of the struggle for independence.
After Zanu (PF) failed to lure him to rejoin their party, Zapu sees the invasion as a way of attacking the Zapu leader.
Nkala said: “At the moment we have political parties that are joining us in numbers to let the world know of this hypocrisy. Our motto is: Zimbabweans first before individuals or party interests.”Post published in: News