Morgan Komichi has been rejected by his own people in Midlands where he is a senator, New Zimbabwe reports. Party leaders in Midlands reportedly pledged their allegiance to Chamisa as they spoke publicly and said:
We would like to remind those daydreamers who have given their soul to the devil for the love of money that the struggle for total emancipation is not for sale and that 2,6 million votes (Chamisa’s presidential votes) is not a joke. – Eric Rukavhairo
To the entire MDC Alliance family, be rest assured that the ruling will not affect our party but rather will have a bearing on MDC-T which is currently under the leadership of Thokozani Khupe. As for Mr Komichi and Mr (Douglas) Mwonzora, we say as much as we respect your right to your own opinion, we will not allow you to force it on us – MDC Alliance Kwekwe District Youth Assembly spokesperson Milton Gwamuri
Let it be known that the People’s President is safe, and ready to pursue our quest for democracy and egalitarianism to a logical conclusion. The Constitutional President Mnangagwa must be reminded that no weapon and bullet is stronger than the people’s will.
No amount of brutality, legal manipulation, thuggery and political romance can stop an idea whose time is up. Those who wish MDC Alliance away are in for a rude awakening. The party is here to stay, and will never run short of leaders. – Takavafira Zhou
Komichi has also lost support in other parts of the country as Chalton Hwende published responses from different parts of the country pledging allegiance to Chamisa.
Source – Pindula News
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