MDC-T Alleges That Govt is Targeting Tsvangirai’s Marriage

The MDC-T opposition party, through Morgan Tsvangirai’s presidential spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka, has alleged that the government is attempting to destabilize Tsvangirai’s marriage in order to distract him from bidding for the 2018 presidential elections. Part of the alleged efforts include portraying Tsvangirai’s wife Elizabeth Macheka as a cheat who is involved in an adulterous relationship with one of her ex-husbands Kennedy Ngirazi. It had been alleged that Elizabeth travelled with Ngirazi to Australia for the graduation ceremony of her daughter Rumbidzai.

 

Tamborinyoka said:

Mrs Tsvangirai, who will rejoin her husband in South Africa soon, is currently in Australia for the graduation of her daughter, Rumbidzaishe Sharon, who was a student at the University of Newcastle.

We know why and by whom Mrs Tsvangirai is being fought, especially at such a time when she is standing by her husband, our dear president Tsvangirai, who remains the only source of hope for the despondent people of Zimbabwe.

For the record, Mr Ngirazi did not go to Australia but filed an affidavit in Harare for his child Tashinga who is under 18 years of age and who would need such an affidavit in line with Australian regulations.

One can tell from the loud and sonorous insinuations around this sordid story of yours that there is an ill-wish for the president’s marriage.

…Rest assured, Tsvangirai remains unperturbed by all this. The people’s president is keeping his eyes on the ball – and the ball is the 2018 elections and the respite that those elections must provide to the suffering people of Zimbabwe.

More: Daily News

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