Passion Java kicked out of Zanu PF’s AAG

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HARARE – Controversial preacher Panganayi Java, also known as Passion Java has been kicked out of Zanu PF Affiliated black empowerment body, the Affirmative Action Group, AAG. The group’s President, Mike Chimombe has also been replaced by Scott Sakupwanya. AAG founding President and appointing authority, Philip Chiyangwa, has announced a new AAG leadership.


Flanked by former AAG President, Chamu Chiwanza at a media briefing held in Harare this Monday, Chiyangwa announced the appointment of Mr Scott Pedzisaai Sakupwanya as the new President of the empowerment group. I am happy to announce that Scott Sakupwanya is new President of AAG. He will be deputised by Honourable Elizabeth Masuku, while Tawanda Dzore will be the chief spokesperson and other appointments will follow. As an affiliate of the ruling Zanu PF party, there is a certain edge that we are mandated to deliver towards empowering the people.

So, we believe Scott has that deep understanding and strength to deliver. Other structures of the empowerment vehicle in Zimbabwe and abroad will remain intact. Without mentioning any particular reason for replacing the Chimombe-led executive, Chiyangwa said Sakupwanya will lead from the front in ensuring the empowerment of Zimbabweans in strategic sectors of the economy.

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