George Charamba allegedly endorses Owen ‘ Mudha’ Ncube for Zanu-PF Midlands Provincial chairmanship

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OWEN MATAVA in Harare

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba who is highly believed to be behind the Jamwanda2 twitter account has let the cat out of the bag after he went public Thursday on Twitter to declare his support and supposedly that of State House for State Security Minister, Owen ‘Mudha’ Ncube to land the Zanu-PF Midlands Provincial chairmanship in the forthcoming elections, midlandsnews can report.

Charamba through his alleged Twitter account @Jamwanda2 came out in the open and declared his support for Ncube the former Midlands Province Minister of State and Devolution who is also known in the country’ top security circles as ‘Zim One Confidante’ due to his closeness to Mnangagwa.

Charamba allegedly tweeted, “Mbuhlo ndizvo#EDTheGameChanger”. The sharp tounged Charamba took to tweeter a campaign poster of Mudha the current Midlands Province Secretary for Security much to the dismay of those who are opposed to his bid for the chairmanship.

Mudha is tussling for position with former Zhombe MP and current Midlands Zanu-PF chairman, Eng Daniel McKenzie Ncube whose backers indicated is fighting to secure another term ahead of Mudha who is popularly known as Mbuhlo by his followers in Gokwe Kana where he is the Member of Parliament.

Charamba’ alleged tweet, ” If this is how short he gets by still standing, I wonder how shorter he becomes while sitting beaten,” comes barely 24 hours after the Mudha camp accused Mckenzie Ncube loyalists of embarking on a smear social media campaign aimed at turnishing the name of the Chief State Spy.

On the other hand, those who are rooting for McKenzie Ncube’ chairmanship also accused some youths aligned to Mudha of fanning factionalism and tribal wars within the fractured Midlands Province.

Both Mudha and McKenzie Ncube could not be reached for a comment at the time of publishing.

Charamba could also not be reached for a comment as his mobile phone went unanswered.