Speaking to Daily News, MDC-T officials refuted rumours that former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai has been given six months to live.
His spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka, said:
You know that those rumours are nonsense. These morbid rumour-mongers are alleging on the days in question that he was at a hospital in SA (South Africa) where a doctor told him of his impending death. But any serious person knows Kenya is not SA. Such ill-wishes will not detract the people’s president from his mission to liberate Zimbabwe from the clutches of this inept regime.
MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora said:
Far from the president being sick, he is now fit enough and can lead rallies even on a weekly basis. He is not physically infirm, he is actually recovering. It should be noted that the president has vice presidents and other people who can lead the rallies if he is not there.
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