Farai Dziva|MDC leader Nelson Chamisa was given the mandate by the Congress to lead the opposition, the party’s presidential spokesperson, Nkululeko Sibanda has said.
Sibanda said: “Whatever happens in the Supreme Court today the reality is that President Nelson Chamisa held a Congress for the Movement for Democratic Change.
The MDC is a Democratic movement which means that the only D-Day that is understood by its statutes and its membership, is the day of a Congress. It is therefore always going to be clear to any right-thinking person that the shenanigans of attempting to wrestle or destabilise the MDC through the court system will always be insufficient and cannot change the facts as they obtain. President Nelson Chamisa is a strong leader of great integrity, immense charisma and an overarching vision, who continues to work extremely hard to ensure that the Party of Excellency achieves its primary goal and mandate, which is to free Zimbabwe.
This will be done no matter how many people keep going to court because they’re afraid to face his leadership.”