In a statement, spokesperson of the Nelson Chamisa led MDC Jacob Mafume denied reports that the party Vice President Elias Mudzuri was expelled.
This comes after Mudzuri was rebuked by MDC legislators for visiting the State House yesterday. Mafume denied that an overnight meeting was held to discuss Mudzuri’s expulsion. We publish the full statement below:
The MDC informs the media and the public that a story circulating on social media pertaining expulsion of Vice President Eng. Elias Mudzuri is false.
No party Spokesperson nor any other leader of the party spoke to the said Kukurigo news and no meeting sat to discuss the conduct of any member of the MDC.
The MDC is an organized Party of excellence. Issues of conduct are dealt with through laid procedures outlined in the party Constitution. Claims of an overnight meeting are therefore false.
The MDC is focused on providing alternative policy solutions to the current political, social and economic crisis. The people of Zimbabwe are suffering, the responsibility of the party is to proffer a pathway out of the crisis and transform lives.
These shenanigans are aimed at creating a diversion from the narrative set yesterday by the party leadership led by President Adv. Nelson Chamisa at the commission of inquiry.
Elias Mudzuri is a Zimbabwean engineer, politician and member of parliament for Warren Park. He is a former mayor of Harare, and was the minister of energy in the Government of National Unity. He is a member of the MDC-T led by Morgan Tsvangirai for... Read More About Elias Mudzuri
Jacob Mafume is a Zimbabwean politician who is a member of the People's Democratic Party formerly the MDC Renewal Team party where he is the party spokesperson. Read More About Jacob Mafume
Nelson Chamisa is a Zimbabwean politician for memmber of parliament for Kuwadzana , former Minister of Information and Technology , former Vice president of the MDC-T and currently the President of the MDC-T and leader of the MDC Alliance. Chamisa staged an inauguration at the... Read More About Nelson Chamisa