Collins Tsvangirai's Defection To ZANU PF A Non-event, Says CCC
CCC spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere says the surprise defection to ZANU PF by Morgan Tsvangirai’s brother, Collins, will not erase the late former trade unionist’s legacy.
Tsvangirai died on 14 February 2018 after a long battle with colon cancer.
On the eve of the fifth anniversary of his death, his young brother Collins Tsvangirai announced he was joining ZANU PF.
Mahere told ZimLive that the defection as a non-event that will not erode Morgan’s legacy as the face of the country’s post-independence fight for democracy. She said:
Zimbabweans are more resolute than ever to continue the fight to win the nation for change and democracy. The so-called defections are a total non-event.
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Morgan Tsvangirai’s legacy is safe and will be carried forward by Zimbabweans who are sincere about building a Zimbabwe that puts the citizens back at the center and assures dignity, prosperity and freedom for all.
No person or political party can have a monopoly over the legacy of Morgan Tsvangirai.
Because it’s a legacy based on values including constitutionalism, solidarity with the plight of the suffering masses and not allowing ZANU PF to create a one-party state.
Any Zimbabwean or friend of Zimbabwe who is taking these values forward is preserving the legacy of our icon.