By A Correspondent- MDC president Nelson Chamisa has assigned roles to his three deputies, namely, Tendai Biti, Welshman Ncube and Lynette Karenyi-Kore.
Chamisa was elected president unopposed at the party’s elective congress held in Gweru in May while his trio of deputies shrugged off competition from rivals.
According to NewsDay, Biti was assigned to oversee the shaping of policy and ideology in the party, while also overseeing the arms of local government.
Ncube was put in charge of international relations and general administration of the party.
Meanwhile, Karenyi-Kore will monitor the party’s MPs and how they deliver their roles in the constituencies.
Chamisa reportedly made the move in order to establish order and avoid duplication of roles.