Let­ters to the Ed­i­tor Nom­i­na­tion Court chaos Chamisa’s fault

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ED­I­TOR — Nel­son Chamisa be­trayed Mor­gan Ts­van­gi­rai by court­ing char­ac­ters who had fallen out with the late for­mer prime min­is­ter.

The con­fu­sion peo­ple like David Coltart, Welsh­man Ncube and Tendai Biti bring is the rea­son why Ts­van­gi­rai could not trust those men.

Sadly, Chamisa in his youth­ful naivety took the devil to bed and the re­sult­ing dis­in­te­gra­tion of MDC-T left by Save.

The fir­ing of trusted lieu­tenants like Thokozani Khupe and Obert Gutu has re­sulted in a wran­gle over the logo as well as the name of the MDC-T brand. This has cast the nom­i­na­tion court pro­ceed­ings into chaos on the part of the ever mul­ti­ply­ing MDC-T fac­tions.

All this would not have hap­pened had Chamisa worked to main­tain the party as it was left by Ts­van­gi­rai. He al­lowed vul­tures to en­cir­cle him and what is lost on him is that the MDC-T is the only party with a de­cent fol­low­ing in that doomed al­liance.

PDP can­not fill a bus with its sup­port­ers, same ap­plies to the cir­cus led by Agrippa Mu­tam­bara and it is not clear why Chamisa would split a party with struc­tures to ap­pease nonen­ti­ties. This elec­tion has been de­liv­ered to Zanu- PF on a sil­ver plat­ter be­cause of one man’s in­abil­ity to dis­cern be­tween good and toxic ad­vice.

With such de­lib­er­ate mad­ness, they should not cry rig­ging when Zanu-PF wins. The elec­torate favours or­der.

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