MDC Alliance Will Lose Elections: Moyo

Former MDC-T national chairperson Lovemore Moyo has said the MDC Alliance’s chances of winning against Zanu-PF in the upcoming elections are slim citing disunity in the opposition.

Said Moyo:


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It is very unfortunate that at this juncture that instead of us focusing on the enemy, Zanu PF, we find ourselves disintegrating to pieces, which becomes a minus in building an electoral force to dethrone the junta. It is difficult to gauge if we still have a chance to dethrone the junta. It is a very unfortunate, but unavoidable fact


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8 comments on “MDC Alliance Will Lose Elections: Moyo

  1. Where you going to these Monsters ..you Moyo?….wasted years you come home empty handed like a person who is from the Loo…..sorry man….you knew nothing….who is your enemy now?….is it MDC-Ben Chamisa or is it ZANU-PF?….or Ian Smith?….

  2. Moyo be careful about what you wish for. The people will decide. The will of the people will prevail despite all this oppression and vote rigging.

  3. it is you (leaders) who are fighting and NOT the people. You have actually failed to iron out your differences because of personal greed. This forces you and your fellows to ignore the will of the masses, hiding behind congress which you mean to deter party progress ahead of crucial elections… as if makatengwa naED. Please not that we vote for policies and NOT individuals so we are going to fight until the end like what Tsvangirai did. Thank you Moyo for going in time

  4. well said but mdc now has greed leaders whether you like it or not that is the truth fighting for leadership not letting the people decide they are now the mdc they own the party, think for the people they do what they think is right, wake up can’t you see where you are going to another zanu with a different name in their mdc rule they are going to trade in human cargo as it only left in abundance stay in the crocodile’ mouth at list its a bit warm we are used to the corruption what don’t kill you makes you stronger until we are ready to really to over throw the zanu mdc married to zanu doredotiraso

    1. MDC leadership has been settled by the National Council and Chamisa is the new leader of the MDC-T. Greedy leaders are the likes of Khupe, Moyo and Gutu fellas who just can’t stomach a political loss. Kana manga maka ngwara you should have simply done what Chamisa did and outfox him. In any case these three fellas have not been adding any value to the MDC-T of late and to me its just good riddance of bad rubbish.

  5. first it was Welshman Ncube and now its Khupe.these guys are not there for people bt to fatten their pockets. all they want is titles.people are watching.

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