The fledgling National Patriotic Front (NPF) has fired its interim leader Ambrose Mutinhiri on allegations of lacking commitment to its cause.

Party spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire told a press conference Friday that Mutinhiri was being recalled from his position pending reassignment.

He said Mutinhiri had shown “gross incompetence, lack of commitment to the party and its cause and had therefore decided to relieve him of his duties pending reassignment.”

Mutinhiri was announced as the party’s interim leader a day after he visited former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe at his residence in Harare in early May.

The NPF said it was formed by members of the ruling Zanu-PF and Zimbabweans “outraged by the unconstitutional and humiliating manner in which President Mugabe was criminally ousted from leadership.” Enditem

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