Chamisa’ Supporters ‘Purging’ Opponents Ahead Of Congress – Report

MDC president Nelson Chamisa is said to be leaving no stone unturned in his quest to hold onto the presidency ahead of an elective Congress slated for this year.

Sources to the Newsday revealed that Chamisa’s supporters are already purging some people from the structures who are opposed to the MDC president. The sources are quoted as saying:

What is happening now is that there is a team dispatched to saliently campaign for Chamisa. This team is harassing structures and will-nilly removing those that are calling for the alternative.

This has forced members to call upon the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions to produce structures that they used at the last Congress. Some people, seen to be opposed to Chamisa, are being hounded out and it is unfortunate that internal purging is going on as if nothing is happening.

With the current situation, it is even difficult to challenge what is going on. Chamisa’s backers have become the constitution on their own.

More: Newsday

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One Comment on “Chamisa’ Supporters ‘Purging’ Opponents Ahead Of Congress – Report

  1. Could be a well thought out strategy on guaranteeing consistency in the mission and vision of the Chamisa led MDC Alliance both at home and abroad, reducing unforseen glitches to the minimum before they take root.

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