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Find out how top leaders are planning to clip colleagues' wings over behaviour

By Grapevine | June 6th 2018

Top leaders of a political party in the country are not happy with one of their colleagues.

Sources have confided to The Grapevine that the man has attracted the anger of his counterparts for purporting to speak on behalf of the outfit on many occasions, while in real sense he gives his own personal opinion.

This is despite the politician who loves publicity holding a position that does not permit him to give the official position of the party. 

Now the seniors of the outspoken politician, who is close to an influential politician, are scratching their heads on how to clip his wings before he grows too big for comfort.
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