(Last Updated on October 9, 2015 by Editor)
ZIMBABWE – Concerted efforts by the post congress Zanu-PF to torpedo the mooted electoral pact between former Vice President Joice Mujuru and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai appear to have hit the skids after the People First movement reiterated its eagerness to work with the MDC yesterday.
People First spokesperson Rugare Gumbo said that Mujuru was more prepared to work with Tsvangirai with the liberation struggle stalwart gushingly describing the former prime minister in the Government of National Unity as having consistently exhibited true leadership qualities.
Tsvangirai recently told a desperate Zanu-PF that is allegedly working hard to stop him and the MDC from working with former VP Joice Mujuru that the ruling party is wasting their time.
He said it was clear that President Robert Mugabe and his post congress Zanu-PF were rattled by the prospects of the MDC working with Mujuru to turf them out of power in the eagerly anticipated 2018 national elections.