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DEEP POLITICAL TROUBLE .........As President Mugabe prepares Wife to Take Over!

The political developments in Zimbabwe is getting tense with the ruling party calling for an extra-ordinary congress to retool the political scheme and accommodate the President's wife political ambition.  

The President Robert Mugabe has agreed to turn the Zanu PF annual conference set for December into an extra-ordinary congress setting the stage for what could be the final nail into Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa's coffin and the elevation of his wife Grace into the ruling party presidium.

While Mugabe does not require a congress to fire Mnangagwa, the " extra-ordinary congress is needed to consider changes to the constitution to bring back the provision for a woman deputy president or introduce a third vice president," an insider privy to the issue said.

Zanu PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere reportedly introduced the issue of an extra ordinary congress while presenting his report to the party's politburo on Wednesday but it turned out the G40 kingpin had only consulted three provinces.

"Mugabe said it would be un-procedural and ordered the commissariat to make sure all provinces are consulted. There will be provincial coordinating committee meetings to consider the issue beginning this weekend.

"The issue of the president is fait accompli but the internal succession wrangling and he (Mugabe)'s age have forced the leadership to consider several options. Remember Grace wants power and has been demanding that she be made vice president in Mnangagwa's steady".

Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo has refused to comment on the issue of an extra-ordinary congress.

Mugabe, two months ago, asked Zanu PF members to consider introducing a third vice president. This was after his sharp tongued wife had demanded that the veteran Zanu PF leader announce his preferred successor during a heated meeting of the women's league national assembly.

Political analyst Pedzisai Ruhanya said the extra-ordinary congress sounds unreal and would be a waste of time if Mugabe is still a candidate.

"If Zanu PF is calling for an extra-ordinary congress to reaffirm Mugabe's leadership then there is nothing more stupid than that. It does not make sense because 

This is the deep trouble brewing in the background in Zimbabwe.  When ever a maximum leader leaves the seat, his replacement will have hard time continueing in the authoritarian tendencies of the former leaders.  As a commentator has said "Whoever will take over after Mugabe will preside over a tattered party".

What is clear in all these is that the ruling party Zanu PF and its members should know that after President Mugabe, no leader will be endorsed without contest.  

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