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Expelled Zanu-PF youth leader apologises for past misdeeds

I AM SORRY for all the negative things I ever said, did or caused on you and your loved ones in any way that you may remember or have experienced - Tsenengamu.

By Staff Writer

EXPELLED Zanu-PF national youth league political commissar, Godfrey Tsenengamu, issued a statement on Wednesday apologising to Zimbabweans for the misdeeds he carried out while he was a member of the ruling party.

He was dismissed from Zanu PF last month after addressing a press conference in Harare where he claimed government operations had been captured by a cartel of tycoons, Kuda Tagwirei, Tafadzwa Musarara and Billy Rautenbach.

However, in statement Tsenengamu he had decided to apologise for the negative things he had done while he was a senior official of the Zanu-PF Youth League.

“After some critical reflections and introspection on my past political life and experiences, I have decided to come before you all to express myself in the best way possible,” he said.

“Looking back at my past, I strongly believe that it is a reality that cannot be wished away hence the decision to take personal responsibility and ask for your forgiveness and find peace with my past.

“Today, I humble and submit myself before you all my fellow countrymen, especially those Zimbabweans whose activities, views and opinions I would not appreciate, tolerate or accept and all the Zimbabweans in general, to say ‘I AM SORRY’ for all the negative things I ever said, did or caused on you and your loved ones in any way that you may remember or have experienced,” Tsenengamu.

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He confessed that it pained him to look back at his past and realise on many occasions, he had overlooked other people’s happiness only to please himself.

“I stand here to admit that a majority of times, I was selfish and self-centred and now feel ashamed of every negative thing I ever did, said or caused in my past. I haven’t got any excuses for whatever that I did, said or caused in the past.

“I take full responsibility for myself and my actions. I will not pawn this off on anybody. I am sorry it happened as I did hurt you directly or indirectly and in so many ways i.e. physically, emotionally or otherwise. 

“Having taken this decision, I would like to reiterate that it is possible to turn from our selfish ways and refocus our energies to collectively building a Zimbabwe where our children are guaranteed of a prosperous future,” Tsenengamu.

The Zanu-PF Youth League has in the past been used as foot soldiers in the party causing terror against perceived mainly MDC opposition supporters especially in rural areas. – Zimbabwe Voice

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