Sunday, 25 January 2015

Deposed former Bulawayo Zanu-PF chairman Professor Callistus Ndlovu refuses to surrender party vehicles

Patrick Chitumba Midlands Bureau Chief
Deposed former Bulawayo Zanu-PF chairman Professor Callistus Ndlovu is allegedly refusing to hand over two party vehicles to the Cde Christopher Dube-led executive.

Reporting to Zanu-PF Political Commissar, Cde Saviour Kasukuwere at a Provincial Co-ordinating Committee (PCC) meeting at Davies Hall in the city on Friday, the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs in Bulawayo, Nomthandazo Eunice Moyo, said: “The former chairperson (Ndlovu) is holding on to party property. He has two party vehicles that he is yet to surrender to the executive.”
http://www.chronicle.co.zw/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Callistus-Ndlovu-left-deputy-chairman-Cde-Killian-Sibanda-and-Politburo-member-Cde-Nomthandazo-Eunice-Moyo.jpg Callistus Ndlovu refuses to surrender party vehicles
Callistus Ndlovu refuses to surrender party vehicles
Cde Moyo said the province wanted the vehicles as a matter of urgency insisting that the acting chairperson was having difficulties in doing party business because he had no vehicle.

“The chairman doesn’t have a car yet Callistus is keeping those two cars somewhere. We want him to surrender these vehicles to the party,” Cde Moyo said.

She said Prof Ndlovu should have left the party property when he was fired from his position.

“I don’t want to spoil your talk (Cde Kasukuwere) but we are facing this predicament which we want solved as soon as possible,” she said.

Prof Ndlovu confirmed he was in possession of a Toyota Single Cab Vigo vehicle which he said he got from the party’s transport department.

He said he was one of the former chairpersons who received the vehicles and had to use his personal money to register his.

“Yes I have the car I was given under strict conditions that I only return it to the party transport department in Harare and not to anyone else,” said Prof Ndlovu.

He said as for the second vehicle, it was being serviced at Zina panel beaters in the city.

Prof Ndlovu said he had also paid the panel beaters $600 of his personal money for it to be fixed.

“She can go and pay about $5,000 which they want because it was a total wreck when I took it there. I don’t grab people’s properties, I’m not that person,” said Prof Ndlovu.

He said he was taken aback by Cde Moyo’s statements adding that he was not sure why she was fighting him. Prof Ndlovu is one of the nine provincial chairpersons who had no-confidence votes passed against them ahead of the 6th National People’s Congress held last December.

Meanwhile, Cde Dube said the province was no longer going to tolerate rumour-mongering and gossiping.

“We’re now moving forward in rebuilding the party structures and there’s no room for rumour mongering. People who’re not in structures shouldn’t determine the pace of progress of the party as they’re causing trouble,” Cde Dube said. Chronicles
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