SENIOR STAFF WRITER
©️ IN A significant boost for Nelson Chamisa in his battle for control of the MDC, the majority of the warring party’s Harare legislators stayed away from Parliament yesterday, the Daily News reports.
“We are not worried about the low attendance because we are aware that MPs were treated to false information by the Chamisa group, that they had won the power to recall on Monday.“That of course is a falsehood. We reiterate that it is important for Parliament to sit and dispense with its business, especially that relating to the Covid-19 pandemic,” Mwonzora, who was in Parliament along with Morgen Komichi and Elias Mudzuri, said.
“We take cognisance of the fact that because of last year’s drought there is a food shortage in the country.
“This has to be addressed in a comprehensive and non-partisan manner to make sure that no Zimbabwean dies of hunger,” Mwonzora said further.
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