Friday , May 7 2021

Mwonzora Herio Chamisa On Deferring Congress



The fight for the opposition's control has moved to new land, with the General Secretary of the Party Douglas Mwonzora challenging President Nelson Chamisa deferring the February 2019 Congress.

Chamisa appeared to pull the rug under the feet of her party's competitors yesterday after he announced that the big presumption of the presumption, expected in February next year – will now be held between October and December 2019.

It is also the process of choosing a significant new leader to the party – following the death of its organizing president Morgan Tsvangirai, early this year – continues to be very wonderful.

Fresh times have emerged as the leader of the MDC Nelson Chamisa opposition party – in terms of harmful accusations of higher mactionation and the use of "dirty money" to instilize the party, Daily Daily can report.

Those who told Plaid said yesterday that the move of Chamisa to defer the holding of the election congress planned later next year had "a great assault" its competitors who wanted to compete for the presidency.

Chamisa, who lost his death to President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the 30th presidential presidential election, assumed the MDC's merits in circumstances that were challenged following the death of Tsvangirai in February .

"Dirty money circulates … we know all of this and some are now campaigning, but these are premature campaigns," said the MDC spokesman Jacob Mafume, told Daily News yesterday .

"The fact is, the date for our congress between October and December next year. We had our final congress in 2014, so the congress is not even due by any imagination.

"We know that some people who are sponsored by Zanu PF to disable the party through early congress calls," he added.

But Douglas Mwonzora, the party secretary, who claims to be supporting vice president of Elias Mudzuri's party to take Chamisa when the internal elections take place – the matter seems to be surprised by the Mafume statement on the congress .

"Is this Mafume saying? Let me see with him and I'll come back to you," he said.

On Thursday afternoon Mwonzora announced a letter refusing any attempts to move Congress dates as non-sufficient.

Mwonzora not only chases Chamisa for the position of Secretary General in 2014, but has also conflicted with her regularly – including over the way the lead leader led to the leadership of the MDC, which led to another party party before July 30 votes.

Chamisa recently used the party's 19th birthday celebrations to warn its competitors against pressing for an early congress.

It is also the process of choosing a significant new leader to the party – following the death of its organizing president Morgan Tsvangirai, early this year – continues to be very wonderful.

"The fact is, the date for our congress between October and December next year. We had our final congress in 2014, so the congress is not even due by any imagination.

"We know that some people who are sponsored by Zanu PF to disable the party through early congress calls," he added.

But Douglas Mwonzora, the party secretary, who claims to be supporting vice president of Elias Mudzuri's party to take Chamisa when the internal elections take place – the matter seems to be surprised by the Mafume statement on the congress .

"Is this Mafume saying? Let me see with him and I'll come back to you," he said.

Mwonzora not only chases Chamisa for the position of Secretary General in 2014, but has also conflicted with her regularly – including over the way the lead leader led to the leadership of the MDC, which led to another party party before July 30 votes.

Chamisa recently used the party's 19th birthday celebrations to warn its competitors against pressing for an early congress.

"I have told my colleagues in the main leadership that none of us should go a way forward because it's like fish to take themselves out of water, where it can not survive.

"So we need to continue to follow the Tsvangirai road, party roads. Tsvangirai left me a power so that I will also prepare for the next leader, respectively.

"We do not want a situation where someone would want to get rid of what was given to me by Tsvangirai before I started the journey even, it set me up to start, but you're not even in old knew what he wanted me to achieve.

Fresh times have emerged as the leader of the MDC Nelson Chamisa opposition party – in terms of harmful accusations of higher mactionation and the use of "dirty money" to instilize the party, Daily Daily can report.

This came as Chamisa seemed to pull the rug under the feet of her party's competitors yesterday after he announced that the big presumption of the presumption, foreseen in March next year – will now be held between October and December.

It is also the process of choosing a significant new leader to the party – following the death of its organizing president Morgan Tsvangirai, early this year – continues to be very wonderful.

Those who told Plaid said yesterday that the move of Chamisa to defer the holding of the election congress planned later next year had "a great assault" its competitors who wanted to compete for the presidency.

Chamisa, who lost his death to President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the 30th presidential presidential election, assumed the MDC's merits in circumstances that were challenged following the death of Tsvangirai in February .

"The fact is, the date for our congress between October and December next year. We had our final congress in 2014, so the congress is not even due by any imagination.

"We know that some people who are sponsored by Zanu PF to disable the party through early congress calls," he added.

But Douglas Mwonzora, the party secretary, who claims to be supporting vice president of Elias Mudzuri's party to take Chamisa when the internal elections take place – the matter seems to be surprised by the Mafume statement on the congress .

"Is this Mafume saying? Let me see with him and I'll come back to you," he said.

Mwonzora not only chases Chamisa for the position of Secretary General in 2014, but has also conflicted with her regularly – including over the way the lead leader led to the leadership of the MDC, which led to another party party before July 30 votes.

Chamisa recently used the party's 19th birthday celebrations to warn its competitors against pressing for an early congress.

"I have told my colleagues in the main leadership that none of us should go a way forward because it's like fish to take themselves out of water, where it can not survive.

"So we need to continue to follow the Tsvangirai road, party roads. Tsvangirai left me a power so that I will also prepare for the next leader, respectively.

"Why not wait for me to achieve that first? Then I'll also show you the way when you're going to end up," said Chamisa.

This came after Chamisa ignored the long-term MDC vice president of Thokozani Khupe and Mudzuri in the fight to control the MDC after Tsvangirai fell seriously ill.

Tsvangirai spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka then announced that his headteacher had appointed the youth politician to lead the party while receiving treatment for colon cancer in neighboring South Africa.

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