Rugare Gumbo says his party will not join Tsvangirai’s grand coalition

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Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) founding elder, Rugare Gumbo has said that his party will not join Morgan Tsvangirai’s proposed coalition because it will not be effective.

Said Gumbo:

We will not be part of such a coalition which came about through a rushed process without the consultation of stakeholders, including war veterans, the business community, civic society and social groups . . . because it will not yield the change that Zimbabweans are yearning for.

Gumbo’s comments come after  Tsvangirai’s MoUs with Welshman Ncube and Joice Mujuru; who recently left ZimPF to form her own National People’s Party (NPP) following disagreements with Gumbo and Didymus Mutasa. Responding to Gumbo’s comments, MDC-T’s spokesperson Obert Gutu said the ZimPF founder got it wrong and that no genuine political party has been excluded from the talks.

More: Daily News

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Didymus Mutasa is a Zimbabwean politician and former senior member of Joice Mujuru led political party Zimbabwe People First. Mutasa was expelled by Joice Mujuru on the 8th of February 2017 for conspiring to dethrone her. He was previously the secretary of Administration for the... Read More About Didymus Mutasa

Rugare Aleck Ngidi Gumbo is a Zimbabwean politician and a former senior member of new political party Zimbabwe People First.He was expelled by party president Joice Mujuru form ZimPF on the 8th of February 2017 over allegations of conspiring to dethrone her. Gumbo was also... Read More About Rugare Gumbo

Morgan Tsvangirai was a Zimbabwean politician and leader of the Movement for Democratic Change party and Trade Unionist. He was Prime Minister of Zimbabwe during the Government of National Unity era from 2008 and 2013. Tsvangirai died on 14 February 2018 at a hospital in... Read More About Morgan Tsvangirai

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