29 January 2013

Zimbabwe: MDC Feud Report False

press release

The MDC totally dismisses as false recent reports in the media, alleging a feud between two of our senior members of party.

The news paper article, which falsely claimed a fight between Hon. Tendai Biti, the secretary general and Hon. Nelson Chamisa, the organising secretary was clearly false and misguided. As such it was clearly written with the evil intentions of causing mayhem, discontent, and despondency within the MDC family as we prepare for the watershed elections earmarked for this year.

What is more disturbing is the unsubstantiated claims bordering on hearsay and mischievous figment of imagination reminiscent of gutter journalism.

We categorically want to set the record straight that the MDC is a united party and there are no such factional divisions between and among the MDC leadership as purported in the paper. This reportage is totally repugnant.

Therefore the MDC dismisses the report as inappropriate and inconsequential and would want to assure the people of Zimbabwe that the party is much stronger, focused and ready to complete the change come elections this year. Only yesterday the MDC concluded its annual policy conference which meant to sharpen its policies ahead of the crucial elections that we are destined to win.

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