AMHVoices: The dead have no power over the living

WE do not care how long the circus in the MDC continues, with regards to who has mass appeal and takes over. As far as we were told, the late MDC founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai appointed Nelson Chamisa.

By Tongai Torira, Our Reader

The Thokozani Khupe-led MDC-T says Chamisa’s takeover in 2018 after being appointed deputy president in 2016 was wrong.

Let them try all tricks, we will not be hoodwinked. No matter how frequent Khupe dines with Tsvangirai’s grave, this will not sway voters to support a traitor. If people had preferred her, they would have voted for her during the 2018 elections. Voters cannot be forced by courts or documents that can be amended.

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2 Comments

  1. Like!! I blog quite often and I genuinely thank you for your information. The article has truly peaked my interest.

  2. The Courts missed the point that Chamisa was appointed by Morgan and the party’s NEC ratified the appointment wayback in 2016 and Hon Khupe (who was a member of the NEC) did not raise a finger. The Courts also missed the fact that the NEC is empowered to make such decisions in between Congress – MDC Constitution. Likewise Malaba (2018 presidential election challenge) missed the fact that there was no voters roll the results could not be traced and verified – even ZEC altered many times to this day there is no conclusive accurate result. Even if the Concourt is now separate/independent from the Supreme Court these and many other rulings (Garwe’s ruling on the 2017 Coup) will not be revisited and the country will continue on a downward trajectory

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