Stop Fighting For Positions, Focus On Campaigning For Chamisa: Ncube Urges MDC Alliance Members

Addressing an MDC Alliance campaign rally in Nkayi North, Matabeleland North province on Sunday, Welshman Ncube urged coalition members to stop fighting for positions and focus on campaigning for Nelson Chamisa.

Ncube who is also MDC Alliance spokesperson and MDC leader said winning parliamentary seats does not change anything if there is a Zanu-PF government. Said Ncube:

However, when we are in the process of re-uniting there some among us who are losing focus and direction, a woman says ‘I want to be the president’. We are not chasing after positions, we will look into that after we liberate ourselves, only what we are for is removing Zanu PF from power on July 30 and have a better life. This is not the time to be divided. Everywhere you go right now in Zimbabwe, the name Nelson Chamisa is abuzz. This is the opportunity not to miss. We should not be fooled by some people who will come to you saying ‘it’s my time to be president’.

More: NewsDay

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One Comment on “Stop Fighting For Positions, Focus On Campaigning For Chamisa: Ncube Urges MDC Alliance Members

  1. The fact is change can be affected by anyone because all human beings have a capability of rationalizing where they have gone wrong and correct and the fact that you guys give Mugabe a chance to join you by proxy and ecstatic about it means if given a chance we may be looking at another dictatorship in the form of MDC especially coached and trained by the best RGMugabe. This is a scary thought to be honest I thought you people were principled in other words you actually think he should have remained in power because you have an axe to grind with ED and the Army good luck guys the road to state house is narrow and very winding

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