OUSTED former Zanu-PF spokesperson, Rugare Gumbo, yesterday said President Robert Mugabe had been rattled by the recent court challenge filed against him by Didymus Mutasa, hence his unprovoked attack on the judiciary last week, the Southern Eye reported.
Mugabe last Friday warned High Court judges against presiding over the matter, saying no judge or magistrate has the power to preside over cases involving Zanu-PF.
Gumbo who jointly filed the court challenge together with former Zanu-PF secretary for administration, Mutasa, said Mugabe had now turned jittery after realising that he would lose the case in which he is being challenged to nullify the outcome of the party-s December 2014 congress.
The two are seeking nullification of the congress resolutions, arguing that the constitutional changes adopted at the congress were illegal, especially clauses that gave Mugabe sweeping power to control the party.
Zanu-PF has not yet filed its opposing papers. – See more at: http://www.bulawayo24.com/index-id-news-sc-national-byo-64020.html#sthash.FYLWRTtj.dpuf