MDC bigwig, Paurina Gwanyanya-Mpariwa, has turned down the nomination for the post of vice president of the party ahead of the May 24-26 elective Congress.
She has decided to contest for the position of women assembly chairperson after being nominated for two different positions. This was confirmed by the party spokesperson, Jacob Mafume, who said:
She just withdrew from contesting for the VP post and opted for women’s assembly chairperson. She was nominated for both posts.
While the MDC will have three vice presidents, one position was reserved for a woman.
As of now, Lillian Timveos, Lynnette Karenyi-Kore, and former Zanu PF MP Tracy Mutinhiri will all be looking forward to clinching the post.
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