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Report: Chamisa’s youths take over Harvest House

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Below are scenes from the Morgan Richard Tsvangirai (MRT) House, formerly Harvest House, where MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is expected to deliver his Hope of the nation address (HONA). The Address is being held at the party headquarters after the police denied the opposition permission to hold the address at Africa Unity Square. There is heavy police presence as the police have surrounded the supporters who have gathered for the address.

Report: Chamisa’s youths take over Harvest House. “It was a nice and clean retake,” The paper quoted one of the youths saying. Political Analyst Pedzisai Ruhanya corroborated with the reports saying, “MDC Alliance youths takes over Harvest House months after security services assisted Khupe group to storm the HQ. This could be temporary because Khupe group is supported by ZANU PF and security forces.”

Online publication ZimLive has reported that youths from the Nelson Chamisa led MDC Alliance have alleged that they have retaken control of the party’s Harvest House HQ which was occupied by the MDC-T since June.

Youths from the MDC Alliance say they have retaken control of the party’s Harvest House HQ which was occupied by the MDC-T with the help of security services in June.

MDC T leader Thokozani Khupe took charge of the offices knows as Morgan Tsvangirai House in June , with little resistance from the rival faction led by Nelson Chamisa which was occupying the building.

MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora, then wrote a letter stating that the takeover went through after Nelson Chamisa cooperated to allow a peaceful hand over of control of the Morgan Tsvangirai House.

Source – Bulawayo24

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