A defiant suspended ZANU PF Youth League commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has vowed to continue his fight against corruption, stressing that neither the ZWL$10 million lawsuits against them by Tafadzwa Musarara nor any form of intimidation can stop them from this fight.
By Rumbidzai Chizarura
Tsenengamu who turns 38 this year, was suspended together with the Youth League deputy secretary Lewis Matutu from the part activities following their naming and shaming press conference held in the capital last week.
The two cited Kudakwashe Tagwirei, Tafadzwa Musarara and Billy Rautenbach as cartels who have to hold the nation at ransom through their corrupt tendencies.
In response to the allegations, Musarara who is the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe chairperson slapped the duo with a $10 million lawsuit for labelling him corrupt.
The lawsuit seems to have fallen on deaf ears after the vibrant youth member vowed to expose Musara and his colleagues with damning evidence.
Tsenengamu is heard in a recorded audio doing rounds on social media saying, ‘’We will have the last laugh, and the country is going to enjoy. We just don’t bark without facts and we are surely not drunk, rather we have been assessing the situation and we are ready for all lawsuits and our lawyers will tell us more, also those that have stolen from the country should return what they have taken and those that want to take us to court can go ahead and do so.”
Meanwhile, Tsenengamu in his previous press conference threatened to drag MDC leader Chamisa and ZANU PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa to the negotiating table saying the two should meet to find answers to the troubled country’s challenges.