A pressure group going by the name in defence of the Morgan Tsvangirai’s Legacy (DTML) has accused MDC-Alliance president Nelson Chamisa of roping in Zanu PF’s G40 members into the party
Information secretary for the group, Webber Chinyadza said while cyclone idai and Zanu PF dictatorship had compounded to an already suffering people, a new dictatorship has emerged within the main opposition.
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“The congress has nothing to do with the MDC it has to do with the G40, the people who have been beating us are now taking power within the MDC. We are now reclaiming our party, they may call themselves many names but the constitution they are using is not the one that we know in the party” said Chinyadza
He added “The cyclone idai has left a trail of destruction of houses, lives and the means for sustenance for all who dared to stand in its wake. Unfortunately, this has compounded the suffering of a people already groaning under excruciating pains imposed by poor governance fostered on them by one of the worst dictatorships known in the modern world.
“As if this was not enough this Zanu PF dictatorship is now being buoyed by an emergent yet ruthless dictatorship created in the main opposition party of this country”
The MDC has been conducting meeting to prepare for the forthcoming elective congress pencilled for 26 May.
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