Tsvangirai’s Children Should Take Over MDC, They Have A Better Chance Than Chamisa – Energy Mutodi

The Member of Parliament for Goromonzi West Constituency and Deputy Minister for Information and Publicity, Energy Mutodi says that MDC’s late founding president’s children should take over the party leadership.

Mutodi’s comments follow the recent victory of an opposition party in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The election officials in the DRC declared Félix Tshisekedi to be the winner against the incumbent, Joseph Kabila. Felix Tshisekedi is the son of the late veteran opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi.

Mutodi said that Tsvangirai’s children will have a better chance of winning compared to Chamisa whom he said is arrogant. Mutodi had this to say:

With the DRC election commission declaring Félix Tshisekedi as President-Elect of Congo, it’s high time Tsvangirai’s children take over the MDC, the party of their father. They stand a better chance. NC can never win an election, not even unity talks because of his arrogance.

According to BBC.com, Etienne Tshisekedi founded the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (known by its French initials UDPS) in 1982, and was a feared rival of dictator Mobutu Sese Seko, who died months after being ousted in 1997, and later of Presidents Laurent and Joseph Kabila.


More: BBC News

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Goromonzi District is a district of Mashonaland East Province. Read More About Goromonzi

Energy Mutodi is a politician and current Deputy Minister of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services. He is also a business person, Rhumba musician and an academic. He rose to prominence in 2012 when he released his debut album Simbi Yamudhara. He was accused of swindling... Read More About Energy Mutodi


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One Comment on “Tsvangirai’s Children Should Take Over MDC, They Have A Better Chance Than Chamisa – Energy Mutodi

  1. That’s not a family affair and it depends on whether the people of Zimbabwe accept that. I doubt if anyone would accept it. What will be the role of vice presidents if a party will become a family legacy? A very big mistake.

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