Political party

A new political party ready to participate in the 2023 elections

Perere Kunyenzura, the chairman of the new party, Zimbabwe Transformative Party

BY KENNETH NYANGANI/GARY Gerald MTHOMBENI
A NEW political party was launched in the capital on Wednesday, with plans to contest the 2023 elections.

Perere Kunyenzura, the chairman of the new party, the Zimbabwe Transformative Party (ZTP), denied that his party was a Zanu PF project and claimed that he was sent by God.

“The problem that Zimbabwe as a country is facing today is that of leadership that does not fear God, that kind of leadership is just swearing their allegiance to the Almighty,” Kunyezura said.

“Zimbabweans have been crying for a very long time and God has heard their cry and answered with His abundant grace, that is why we have been sent by God as today’s Moses.”

Meanwhile, another recently launched opposition party, the National People’s Congress (NPC), said dialogue between political parties should start at the local level.

NPC leader Wilbert Mubaiwa said supporters of political parties should be able to dialogue with each other before leaders commit.

“Dialogue should start at the grassroots level between supporters of opposition parties, leaders would follow later because there is a need for supporters to understand each other. Supporters of opposition parties should be able to dialogue with each other without no one is saying you are selling yourself”, Mubaiwa
said.

“In my opinion, the dialogue of political actors should be dissolved. I don’t see the contribution they made, I don’t know the reason why it was formed as it seems they don’t have a solution to the economic and political crisis the country is facing.

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A NEW political party was launched in the capital on Wednesday, with plans to contest the 2023 elections.

Perere Kunyenzura, the chairman of the new party, the Zimbabwe Transformative Party (ZTP), denied that his party was a Zanu PF project and claimed that he was sent by God.

“The problem that Zimbabwe as a country is facing today is that of leadership that does not fear God, that kind of leadership is just swearing their allegiance to the Almighty,” Kunyezura said.

“Zimbabweans have been crying for a very long time and God has heard their cry and answered with His abundant grace, that is why we have been sent by God as today’s Moses.”

Meanwhile, another recently launched opposition party, the National People’s Congress (NPC), said dialogue between political parties should start at the local level.

NPC leader Wilbert Mubaiwa said supporters of political parties should be able to dialogue with each other before leaders commit.

“Dialogue should start at the grassroots level between supporters of opposition parties, leaders would follow later because there is a need for supporters to understand each other. Supporters of opposition parties should be able to dialogue with each other without no one is saying you are selling yourself”, Mubaiwa
said.

“In my opinion, the dialogue of political actors should be dissolved. I don’t see the contribution they made, I don’t know the reason why it was formed as it seems they don’t have a solution to the economic and political crisis the country is facing.

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