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The zanu-pf 6th National People’s Congress will be the “Judgment Day” for Vice President Dr Joice Mujuru together with her allies accused of plotting to oust President Mugabe unconstitutionally.

Addressing Women Affairs members showcasing their handcraft in Gokwe on Monday, Gokwe-Nembudziya National Assembly member Justice Mayor Wadyajena, called for VP Mujuru’s resignation at congress.

The congress started yesterday in Harare.

Cde Wadyajena said congress would witness the “Judas” VP Mujuru’s political career coming to an end.

He implored Women Affairs members in his constituency to desist from copying the deplorable traits of VP Mujuru, which he said had destroyed the revolutionary party and economy.

“We are holding our congress this week and vow that President Mugabe and Dr Grace Mugabe are the only candidates.

“The President is going to pick and appoint his deputies who are loyal to him and the party. The day of anguish for a Dotito Judas, Amai Mujuru has come.

“In Dotito there is a Judas called Mujuru who wants to assassinate the President but we realised her demonic schemes before she could strike. We are going to kill her politically by removing her from that post (VP).

The party’s 6th congress kicked off yesterday and will end on Sunday.

Cde Wadyajena reiterated the sentiments by Harare Provincial chairman Cde Godwin Gomwe of blocking the VP if she made an effort to appear at the congress venue.

“We will block her entrance to the congress venue. Blood will be spilled,” he said.

He said VP Mujuru had shamed the party by her involvement in corrupt activities which affected the party’s Zim-Asset agenda.

“VP Mujuru is a wolf in sheep skins. She held secret meetings with the Americans thereby reversing the gains of independence. Our Zim-Asset manifesto said we should create two million jobs should be crested from the blueprint but how can we empower our country if the VP is corrupt.”

Cde Wadyajena implored all legislators to support the Presidential Agricultural Input Scheme by donating seed maize during the rainy season.

“The President and Amai Mugabe gave us free inputs. All those who are calling for bribes labelled as “joining fees” should be ousted from our progressive constituency,” he said.

“Time is moving. We have a commitment to make to the electorate who voted for us to represent them in Parliament.

With the onset of the rainy season we should mobilise resources such as farming inputs to boost our food production,” he said.

Source : The Herald

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