President Nelson Chamisa’s popularity envelopes Masvingo province as MDC T led by Khupe was swept by Cyclone Chamisa in Masvingo province
As hundreds of Masvingo urban MDC Alliance lay to rest outstanding leader Mr Pendence in Chipinge today
28 September 2020
On Saturday, 26 September 2020 president Nelson Chamisa addressed
e-rally that was watched by millions of MDC Alliance members, supports and stakeholders across the globe.
MDC Alliance was celebrating 21 years of its existence. Charismatic President Nelson Chamisa articulated well the history and the current status of MDC Alliance and way forward.
I have heard many President Nelson Chamisa’s speeches, his e-rally address on Saturday is among the best.
In Masvingo Province, there were 26 consultative meetings that were held across all 26 districts in Masvingo Province.
MDC Alliance National organizing committee led by Honourable Amos Chibaya directed all MDC Alliance structures to meet on 26 and 27 September 2020 “to share their views of many issues concerning the party.”
Wezhira news crew attended all 26 consultative meetings in all 26 districts.
All meetings were highly subscribed. According to attendance registers in all 26 districts, 98% of MDC Alliance members from 2014 and 2018 structures were in attendance.
The high attendance of MDC Alliance members at these 26 meetings shows that MDC Alliance party and President Nelson Chamisa is still popular and control of all structures in Masvingo province.
It’s now official, that court based party MDC T led by Khupe has been shunned by MDC Alliance supporters and Members.
In Bikita, MDC Alliance National leaders : National youth organiser Godfrey Kuraone, Mrs Chakabuda and Mrs Mangova addressed consultative meeting in Bikita East, Bikita West and Bikita South.
MDC Alliance National youth organiser Godfrey Kuraone said, “MDC Alliance members in all Bikita constituencies support President Nelson Chamisa. The attendance was excellent.”
In Chiredzi, MDC Alliance National women assembly acting chairlady honourable Mugidho and councillor and youth national leader Gilbert Mtubuki addressed hundreds of MDC Alliance leaders in Chiredzi West, Chiredzi East, Chiredzi North and Chiredzi South.
In Zaka constituency, MDC National leaders : senator Marava, MDC Alliance National youth leader Munyaradzi Tavaruva and leader Judith Muzhavazhi address mega consultative meetings in Zaka Central, Zaka West, Zaka East and Zaka North.
In Gutu constituencies, newly elected Harare Mayor Mafume who defeated MDC T led by Khupe in mayoral elections recently, Honourable Bhasikiti, national youth leader Moses Mavhaire and MDC Alliance provincial council member hon. Sarah Mwatenga addressed many MDC Alliance leaders in Gutu Central, Gutu West, Gutu East and Gutu North.
In Chivi North, Chivi Central and Chivi South constituencies consultative meetings were addressed by Hon. Chivhanga, national youth leader Tsungirirai Rungwave and women assembly leader Thokozile Mzoreva.
MDC Alliance Masvingo deputy treasurer Mr Chidaushe said, “Chivi North meeting was highly subscribed. This was one of highly attended meetings in the history of Chivi North.”
In Mwenezi, senator Mavhaire, national youth leader Ngoni Mupfumba and women assembly leader Lucia Masekesa were key speakers at these well attended consultative meetings.
Lastly, MDC Alliance national leaders Matara and Madzivire addressed consultative meetings in Masvingo North, Masvingo South, Masvingo central and Masvingo west. 98% of leaders attended these meetings.
However, Masvingo urban consultative meeting was affected by the death of popular MDC Alliance youth leader Mr Pendence. Mr Pendence is one of MDC Alliance founding youth members in Masvingo urban. He was staying at his parents’ house in ward 2 Masvingo urban.
Hundreds of Masvingo urban MDC Alliance leaders led by Masvingo urban district chairperson Mr Chanyau Murangamwa have travelled to Chipinge yesterday accompanying the body of Mr Pendence. Mr Pendence will be buried today in Chipinge.
MDC Alliance Masvingo urban member of parliament Honourable Jacob Nyokanhete said, “We lost a great member, Mr Pendence was a hardworker and team player. May his soul rest in peace.”
MDC Alliance ward 2 councillor and Masvingo Mayor advocate Collins Maboke said, “In 2018, Mr Pendence and many MDC Alliance members campaigned and voted for me as their councillor. I greatly appreciate their support. May my brother Pendence rest in internal peace.”
MDC Alliance organiser Mr Peace Mapope said, “We thank all MDC Alliance leaders who helped with finances and food at this funeral. I also want to thank everyone who is going to Chipinge with us to give Pendence – a hero’s farewell in Chipinge.”