Former confidant's battle with Mugabe

Former confidant's battle with Mugabe

World March 1, 2016 17:21

harare - The former right hand of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has turned against him. Former Vice President Joice Mujuru has founded a new party to compete against Mugabe.

Mujuru's New Party People First Zimbabwe (ZPF) is in anticipation of the presidential elections of 2018 open to cooperation with other opposition groups, they said Tuesday. The ZPF promises to pull the economy out of the doldrums and to strengthen the chilled relations with the West. The new party wants to keep the economic incentives for black people share the light. That controversial legislation would deter investors.

The sixty Mujuru, like Mugabe, a veteran of the independence war, gold for years as Mugabe's Crown Princess. In 2014, however, she fell into disgrace and she got her congé. She would have devised plans to pop the 92-year-old president of the saddle.

Minister Savior Kasukuwere, a senior member of Mugabe's ZANU-PF, the new competitor described derisively as a 'collection of losers.'

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