Zanu PF Mashonaland Central provincial member, Shantel Mbereko, who is the deputy secretary for education, tendered her resignation letter at the party’s provincial offices in Bindura yesterday morning, before a provincial executive meeting that was meant to pass a vote of no confidence on her and other members who exposed Dickson Mafios‘ one centre of power challenge.
In her resignation letter, Mbereko said other party members told her that her life and that of her family were in danger. She also said that she resigned from her position because she was being victimised by the party’s national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere. Mbereko wrote:
The second reason is that the national commissar Cde Kasukuwere is victimising (me) — in fact he did that in the coordination (meeting) held on Sunday and even before, his intention being to grab the (Kitsiyatota) mining project I and other women own. He even openly stated it in the meeting that the mine should be taken away from us by force and made a provincial project.
Efforts by The Herald to get a comment from Kasukuwere were fruitless as his mobile phone went unanswered.
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