Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader, Nelson Chamisa is reported to be unhappy for the invitation of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the Memorial Service of the late founding leader of MDC Morgan Tsvangirai.
Chamisa is upset that Mnangagwa has been invited at a time when government forces have been accused of perpetrating Human Rights violations against citizens following protests over the price of fuel.
Jacob Mafume, MDC spokesperson also said Mnangagwa should not have been invited because his government is killing Tsvangirai’s people.
However, Tsvangirai’s brother Manase Tsvangirai insisted that everyone should come because Morgan was a man of people.
“This was a man of the people and we cannot exclude anyone. Those who are able to come should. The net has been cast wide to enable everyone to come because he was a national leader.” said Manase.
Tsvangirai died last year February, today Zimbabweans are commemorating his passing on 1st year anniversary at Harare Showground, his memorial service was supposed to be held this month ,however due to unfavourable situation in the country, the date has been moved to May.