Mashakada Invites Chamisa To Join Khupe As MDC Alliance Is Reducing His Chances Of Ever Being The President Of Zimbawe.
19 June 2020
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Tapiwa Mashakada

Hatfield MP Tapiwa Mashakada who recently dumped the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa for Thokozani Khupe’s Supreme Court assembled MDC-T of 2014, has called on his former colleagues in the MDC Alliance including Chamisa to move over to the Khupe party.

In a statement on social media, Mashakada urges for the reunification of the MDC left behind by founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai claiming that all those who are urging Chamisa to stay away from the group are misinforming him.

Reads the statement:

Clarion call to All MDC Party Structures and the 2014 National Council: “Munhu wese mugango/Umuntu wonke embizeni”

The MDC party does not have a substantive leader until the Extra Ordinary Congress chooses a new Leader. The shenanigans that happened after Tsvangirai’s death were all nullified by the Supreme Court. These were:
(1) Chamisa’s takeover and his Congress
(2) Khupe’s Congress

True Democrats must accept the ruling of our courts and comply with the Supreme court ruling. All accusations about some people being sell-outs or bought by Zanu PF are immaterial. It is cheap policking. Let MDC leaders walk the talk on democracy, rule of law and constitutionalism. The MDC family must unite, go to Congress and choose a new leader to replace Morgan Tsvangirai and reaffirm the original position that MDC is a labour backed party, a social democratic party and not a neo-liberal party. The Congress must reposition the new MDC as a Pan-Africanist party with known national values and footprints in Africa. But most importantly, a party that is non tribal, non racial, non sexist. A party with a rural support base. The cabal that is ill-advising my young brother Advocate Nelson Chamisa are making his political Waterloo and spoiling his chances of ever becoming the President of Zimbabwe.

Zikomo. Tatenda, Siyabonga, Twalumba, Thank You, Shokran, Asante Sana, Obrigado, Merci beau coup.

By Dr Tapiwa Maji-Marefu Mashakada