BOPEU Acting President Narrates Events Leading To The Declaration Of State Of Emergency

BOPEU 1st Deputy president, Martin Gabobake
BOPEU 1st Deputy president, Martin Gabobake

BOPEU 1st deputy president, Martin Gabobake, who chaired a chaotic NEC meeting at Cresta lodge on July 28 has narrated in Court papers the events that forced him to declare the State of Emergency.

According to him the meeting started  well with everyone including President Mogwera in attendance as  the General Secretary, Topius Marenga  presented his report in its entirety;

Marenga’s report according to Gabobake was then followed by comments by members on a page by page basis; According to him there were no comments from any of the applicants until they  reached page 7 item number 4.

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