Sunday, 27 April 2014

Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House

HARARE – Close to a thousand MDC-T supporters besieged the party’s Harvest House headquarters in central Harare to show their support for founding president Morgan Tsvangirai. 
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House

Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House

This followed events on Saturday that saw a small faction of the party led by Secretary General Tendai Biti claiming to have suspended Tsvangirai along with the standing committee of Thokozani Khupe (deputy president), Lovemore Moyo (national chairman), Morgen Komichi (deputy national chairman), Nelson Chamisa (organising secretary), Abednico Bhebhe (deputy organising secretary) and Douglas Mwonzora (information secretary).

Meanwhile the MDC-T Guardian Council has issued a statement distancing itself from Sekai Holland and Samuel Sipepa Nkomo following their involvement and endorsement of yesterday’s move by Biti’s camp.
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
It’s also reported that the Harare East MDC-T district committee is also meeting to pass a resolution to recall Biti, who is MP for that constituency.
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House

Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House
Tsvangirai supporters besiege Harvest House


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