Departed party cadres, Loveless Sango, Alex Magunda and Innocent Muzuwa, died in trenches fighting for deliverance of real political change. They aspired for availability of jobs, schools equipped with books, food, shelter, hospitals with adequate drugs and good living standards for people. We will continue with the struggle until aspirations of the late gallant heroes of the struggle for democracy are achieved. We will not disappoint in this regard, Khupe told residents of St Marys in Chitungwiza.
Top MDC-T officials, residents of Chitungwiza and party supporters from across the province, converged at St Marys hall for a memorial service in respect of three District Executive Members, who perished in a car accident on their way from MDC-T 11th Anniversary Celebrations held early this month at Gokwe Business Center.
The MDC-T anniversary was held under the theme Together, United and winning, Ready for real change.
Speaking at the same occasion, Zanu (PF) Member of Parliament Marondera East, Tracy Mutinhiri, called on people to co-exist despite conflicting political beliefs.
Mutinhiri was sister to one of the deceased, Muzuwa.
I and my brother belonged to rival political parties because of different political persuasions. We never fought each other because we were highly politically tolerant. I hope MDC would continue providing for welfare of bereaved families, said Mutinhiri before weeping uncontrollably.Post published in: Politics