By The guardian team 14th April 2011 Joseph ButikuCCM has been cautioned to watch out against a group of members said to be searching for leadership and wealth at the same time. The caution was sounded by the Executive Director and Trustee of the Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation Joseph Butiku in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Butiku hailed the move to get rid of leaders and members who do not believe in the party principles, saying the changes were good because they were adopted after a lengthy discussion. However, he pointed out the emergence of two types of leaders in the party at the same time. There are leaders and members of CCM who know the partys principles and its manifesto, but do not uphold them at all, while on the other side are those who know the principles and the manifesto and faithfully uphold and implement them. He said it is important for the party to get rid of members who do not apply its principles because they are the ones who have been tarnishing its image. One of the principles of our party is to fight against corruption, he pointed out. Butiku who was being interviewed at the ongoing festival of the Mwalimu Nyereres Intellectual Chair at the University of Dar es Salaam pointed out that CCM is still the same party left behind by Mwalimu Nyerere in terms of its manifesto, directives and operating procedures. Meanwhile the newly elected Ideology and publicity secretary for CCM, Nape Nnauye told the press yesterday that if there were corrupt people planning to ruin the party, they will not succeed because it is well organised. He said he was confident the party would win the war against corruption because it has good strategies to fight the evil. He was briefing journalists on the partys programme of meeting members and introducing the new leaders starting today. He said todays meeting will be held at Nyerere square grounds and would be led by the partys National Vice Chairperson, Pius Msekwa. Nnauye said the party is undertaking the tour following many requests by members who want to congratulate the new leaders led by Secretary General Wilson Mukama. He said the party will also introduce the new leadership in Morogoro on Friday. We will be received by CCM members. We will talk to them, introduce the new leaders and explain the decisions reached by NEC, Nnauye said. He further said they expect to be in Coast Region on Saturday, passing through Chalinze and Kibaha and will be received by the Partys chairman Jakaya Kikwete. On the same day, the processions will proceed to Dar es Salaam where we will address our members again at the CCM Sub Head office at Lumumba Street, he said. He added that the leaders are expected to be in Zanzibar on Sunday, followed by a break before proceeding to other regions in the country.