MDC president Welshman Ncube has denied allegations that he has a personal vendetta against Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga. This comes after Misihairabwi-Mushonga who is the Proportional Representation legislator for Matabeleland South was omitted from the list of candidates who will be representing the MDC in the 2018 harmonised elections. Said Ncube,
…You know it’s a matter of public record that various people over the last 5 years demanded the sacking of Priscilla as being a member of parliament for Matebeleland South. The (Moses, former MDC Secretary General) Mzilas of this world left because they were at loggerheads with me for refusing to accept Priscilla being removed. From day one, who has protected Priscilla from being recalled!? Repeatedly and repeatedly in the last 4 years. Have the demands for her to leave not been contained up to this day?! I am the only thing, over 5 years, which stood between her and being recalled. Is that the conduct of a person who has a vendetta against someone?
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Welshman Ncube is a Zimbabwean lawyer, politician and currently one of the 3 vice presidents of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Nelson Chamisa. He was elected to the position at the party's congress held from 23 to 25 May 2019. Ncube was,... Read More About Welshman Ncube
Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is a Zimbabwean politician and Proportional Representation legislator for Matabeleland South. She is also a human rights activist and an ardent feminist.Lands, She is the current Parliamentary Portfolio Committee Chairwoman on Women and Youth Affairs. Read More About Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga
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