SUSPENDED Zanu-PF youth league national commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has vowed he will never be silenced by anyone, telling journalists this was previously tried to no avail by then President Robert Mugabe in 2017.
The outspoken politician also made sensational claims some Zanu PF officials have tried to bribe him into stopping his anti-corruption campaign but he has refused.
Tsenengamu was last Wednesday summarily suspended together with party youth league deputy secretary Lewis Matutu for alleged indiscipline.
The axed youth leaders torched a storm when they fingered oil mogul Kudakwashe Tagwirei and two other prominent business leaders as the godfathers of the country’s cartels that have bled the economy of billions of dollars through underhand dealings which have often been left unchecked.
Tsenengamu’s firebrand character was first tested during the Mugabe era when he bravely challenged the then state leader to give up his job for then Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
That earned him a fierce backlash from a once unforgiving former leader.
Now with an almost similar dilemma of having to remain silent and hope to get his job back or to persist with his campaign, the former Mashonaland central province youth chair has chosen the latter.
He has since formed his Zim-First Agenda which he intends to use as a platform to campaign against high level corruption in the country.
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