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Breaking: Nelson Chamisa Appointed MDC-T President. To Face Off With Mnangagwa In 2018 Elections

MDC-T has confirmed Nelson Chamisa as the party’s substantive President and representative of the party in the 2018 elections. The decision was made following a 6-hour meeting of the national executive and national council, Luke Tamborinyoka the party’s spokesperson has said. The decision was made following the death of the MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.

Said a statement released by Tamborinyoka:

“That in line with Article 18 as read together with Article 9.21.1 of the party Constitution, the party through the National Council, has resolved that Hon. Advocate Nelson Chamisa is confirmed as the party’s substantive leader and the party’s presidential candidate for 2018 

That the party has given 7 days for engagement processes to take place with senior leaders VP Khupe, national chairperson Lovemore Moyo and organizing secretary Hon. Abednigo Bhebhe after which the party has mandated the leadership to take the necessary action by operation of law.”

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5 comments on “Breaking: Nelson Chamisa Appointed MDC-T President. To Face Off With Mnangagwa In 2018 Elections

  1. It was long overdue for the MDC to have a new leader given the provisions of the founding MDC constitution regarding the succession issue. Given the successive failure by MT to get to State House it was a noble idea for the party to rejuvenate itself and of course not after the death of the two decade presidency of MT. It remains unfortunate that most African political leaders want to relinquish power only by death. Democratic Change can only be made possible if the democracy prevails in the party. At the end of the day we can not all be the presidents of one party. I urge all democratic forces to put heads together and confront the zanu Pf monster once and for all. I wish Nelson all the best in leading us to the finish line. May God bless you. And to my late president Rest in eternal Peace.

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