Tinashe Sambiri|The Zanu PF regime cannot stop the wave of change, MDC Alliance leader President Nelson Chamisa has said.
President Chamisa made the remarks at the burial of veteran Movement for Democratic Change member, Jane Gwatidzo popularly known as Gogo Jo…
Gogo Jo was laid to rest in Chitungwiza on Sunday.
“They are celebrating what they call defections but we are not moved by their machinations.
We are moving in the right direction.Change is unstoppable…
We know that they want to steal the people’s victory…
Let me say every citizen has a role to play in the struggle for freedom,” said President Chamisa.
See statement below…
Today ( Sunday) the People’s President Advocate Nelson Chamisa bade farewell to one of the veterans of the National Democratic Struggle, Mbuya Jane Gwatidzo of St Mary’s, Chitungwiza.
Gogo Jo as Mbuya Gwatidzo is widely known passed away on Friday following a short illness. She was famous for her revolutionary dances at MDC gatherings.
President Chamisa described Gogo Jo as a special crop of revolutionaries who despite her age had a strong desire for change.
Addressing mourners initially at St Mary’s Catholic Church, President Chamisa called for unity of purpose and political tolerance if the country is to move forward.
President Chamisa also took time to address multitudes of MDC Alliance supporters at the final resting place of Gogo Jo in Chitungwiza’s Unit L cemetery.
He urged party supporters to remain vigilant in face of repression and attacks from ZANU PF in all its various forms.
Also present was the National Organizer Hon Amos Chibaya whom the president spoke glowingly about his passion and unfathomable commitment to the change agenda.
MDC Alliance supporters who attended the funeral could not hide their joy and affection for the People’s President but at the same time made clear their disdain of Emmerson Mnangagwa and his trojan horse, Douglas Mwonzora.
Meanwhile the President urged all citizens to learn from the Zambian experience and register to vote in numbers ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Stephen Sarkozy Chuma
MDC Alliance Youth Assembly National Spokesperson