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Excitable Passion Java Called to Order

By Newsdesk
The Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has distanced itself from a video of one of its controversial vice presidents Prophet Passion Java in which he was in conversation with a high-ranking Mashonaland West province politician.
In a statement AAG president Mike Chimombe said the comments made by  Prophet Java in the video were his personal opinions and did not represent the AAG.
“It is therefore futile to try and malign the reputation of the AAG leadership and what it stands for by associating the organisation with the remarks that were made by vice president Java in his personal capacity,” said Chimombe.
“Vice president Java will buttress this point by speaking on this to correct the misconception that has arisen as a result of his personal opinions.
“The AAG is apolitical and holds its values sacrosanct and therefore has no business dabbling in Mashonaland West politics, which the circulating video is attempting to project.”
Chimombe said the AAG does not endorse or campaign for political candidates.
“We only stand for the President of Zimbabwe His Excellency Cde ED Mnangagwa and his Economic Empowerment policies of attaining an upper middle income economy through the National Development Strategy 1 initiative,” he said.
Robert Tapfumaneyi