Lovemore Moyo, the chairman of the Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai, says despite serious disagreements with the party leader over the MDC Alliance, disgruntled top party leaders won’t split from the party.
Moyo told VOA Studio 7 he is convinced that Tsvangirai will address their concerns.
Moyo, vice president Thokozani Khupe, suspended organizing secretary Abednico Bhebhe and several other MDC-T officials are not happy with the alleged parceling of most seats to be contested in the parliamentary elections to the MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube.
They claim that Ncube’s party lacks stamina and punch to defend MDC-T strongholds and unseat the ruling Zanu PF party in the forthcoming general polls.
Moyo said they won’t leave the MDC-T as they have worked for the party for many years and as a result, Tsvangirai is expected to address their needs and concerns before the 2018 general elections.
The MDC-T has in the past contested crucial elections in Zimbabwe and has a majority in both chambers of parliament before Zanu PF beat the opposition party in the 2013 general elections.