Tuesday, May 28

Mandevere Indavaso Lobengula Akatengesa Nyika Nekuda Sugar Sengezo Tshabangu Akutengesa Nyika Nekuda Kukwirwa Kumagaro Nekutengerwa Honda Fit Nemadhara eZanuPF

Lobengula Akatengesa Nyika Nekuda Sugar Sengezo Tshabangu Akutengesa Nyika Nekuda Kukwirwa Kumagaro Nekutengerwa Honda Fit Nemadhara eZanuPF. SENGEZO Tshabangu’s crusade, which started as a protest over how the selection of Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC) candidates led by Nelson Chamisa was done, is now a fully blown Zanu PF project supported by the state security apparatus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tshabangu is now effectively claiming to be leader of the CCC, saying all the MPs of the party formed in January 2022 are his and those who joined Chamisa’s party after August 23 this year deserve to be recalled, which is a bizarre argument because Chamisa contested the elections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All this is now the making of Zanu PF morphing into state manoeuvres to take over the opposition CCC in the same manner they did in grabbing the MDC-Alliance using Douglas Mwonzora.

In the High Court case in which the CCC was challenging the jurisdiction of Tshabangu to recall party members, the latter said he was in power because of a flawed transition process from the MDC-Alliance to the CCC.

“On 21st of February (later corrected to January) 2022, when the MDC rebranded itself into CCC. CCC did not come from the blue, it morphed from MDC-A into CCC, so that is where the genesis of everything is. That’s where all these office bearers came from. That is why even Nelson today will say he is the president of the party,” said Nqobani Sithole representing Tshabangu in court.

“If one would want to be sincere, I don’t think there is anyone who has voted him to be the president of CCC in an election within CCC. There is a process that led to that and it is that process that gave birth to all these other office bearers into power . . .This is something new that has popped up just because certain individuals are trying to run away from a certain position.”

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