Chinotimba suggests that Tsvangirai may have been poisoned by his deputies in an attempt to take over

Zanu PF legislator for Buhera south Joseph Chinotimba has suggested that Morgan Tsvangirai the leader of the opposition MDC-T party may have been poisoned by his deputies, vice presidents Nelson Chamisa, Thokozani Khupe and Elias Mudzuri. Chinotimba suggested that the poisoning may have been a means of ensuring succession for the deputies. This comes after Tsvangirai was airlifted to South Africa after he started vomiting over the weekend. He is reported to be stable and out of danger.

Speaking in parliament on Tuesday, Chinotimba said:

I want to ask opposition vice presidents if they are not the ones who gave party president vaTsvangirai poison so that they take over and also I would like to know how he is feeling now?

The MDC-T vice-presidents laughed at the question and speaker of parliament Advocate Jacob MUdenda called Chinotimba to order.

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Joseph ChinotimbaElias MudzuriNelson Chamisa

Joseph Chinotimba is a war veteran, politician and former Harare City Council security guard who came into the limelight in the new millennium by organizing, directing and leading the famous farm invasions under the Third Chimurenga in the year 2000. Chinotimba was appointed Ambassador of... Read More About Joseph Chinotimba

Elias Mudzuri is a Zimbabwean engineer, politician and member of parliament for Warren Park. He is a former mayor of Harare, and was the minister of energy in the Government of National Unity. He is a member of the MDC-T led by Morgan Tsvangirai for... Read More About Elias Mudzuri

Nelson Chamisa is a Zimbabwean politician and current president of the Movement for Democratic Change. He was elected presdient at the party's congress on 25 May 2019. Chamisa is the former member of parliament for Kuwadzana , former Minister of Information and Technology , former... Read More About Nelson Chamisa

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