Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) commissioner Jessie Majome will not be rejoining MDC-T regardless of the Supreme Court ruling which reinstated structures elected at the party congress in 2014.
Majome insisted that she left the party voluntarily in 2018 and is reluctant to be dragged into the “mess”. Said Majome:
Which part of the ruling says one should go back to the MDC no matter what… I left the MDC voluntarily, I was not even fired so I don’t see why I should be dragged into a mess that I am not part of.
Majome’s remarks come after a youth pressure group, the Zimbabwe National Youth Advocacy Group, called on National Assembly Speaker Jacob Mudenda to act on Majome whom they alleged to be a political player in the MDC.
Majome was appointed deputy secretary for legal affairs at the MDC-T Congress that was held in 2014.
She however contested in the 2018 general elections as an independent candidate following a fallout with her party in primary elections and lost.
President Mnangagwa appointed Majome as a ZACC commissioner after the elections, a position she currently holds.