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Faction violence rocks Douglas Mwonzora’s party

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Faction violence rocks Douglas Mwonzora’s party. The Douglas Mwonzora opposition outfit yesterday accused the rival MDC Alliance of fanning the violence. Contacted for comment, top MDC-T provincial official Charity Bango, who hosted the meeting, said: “I have nothing to say on that. You can talk to the party spokesperson on the matter.”

Several MDC-T supporters were reportedly injured following intra-party clashes at a senior leader’s house in Marlborough, Harare, on Sunday.

Sources, who witnessed the clashes, alleged that the violence erupted after two rival camps in the MDC-T party clashed over an undisclosed matter. The party took to social media to blame the MDC Alliance over the clashes.

“MDC-T Harare West district members gathered for a gap-filling meeting yesterday were attacked by MDC Alliance violent thugs. The violent thugs were gathered at Civic Centre in Marlborough. They attacked women and children and stabbed five MDC-T members,” MDC-T Harare province said.

But MDC Alliance provincial youth secretary Denford Ngadziore said he had nothing to do with the incident. “During the said period and times of the allegations, I had made a special visit to some State institution with all the evidence in the public domain,” he said. Police could not confirm the alleged clashes.

Source – Bulawayo24

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