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Tendai Biti speaks on Parliament reinstatement

Tendai Biti speaks on Parliament reinstatement. Justice Chitapi Tuesday ordered the reinstatement of Biti, the MP for Harare East; William Madzimure of Kambuzuma; Chikwinya of Mbizvo; Kucaca Ivumile Phulu of Nkulumane; Sichelesile Mahlangu of Pumula and Regai Tsunga of Mutasa South who had been expelled based on a 2020 Supreme Court ruling.

The co-vice president of the Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC), Tendai Biti has said he will be going back to Parliament not as a representative of the MDC Alliance but as a member of the CCC. Speaking on the development, Biti said:

Good morning citizens. #ZANU & its puppets unlawfully booted us out of Parliament for exposing corruption We go back to Parliament as the yellow brigade ⁦@CCCZimbabwe⁩. We are not MDC Alliance. We will never sell out to #ZANU or its nihilists puppets . #ANewGreatZimbabwe

Meanwhile, Alex Tawanda Magaisa, a former Chief in the office of a former Prime Minister, the late Morgan Tsvangirai, said the court outcome could be a strategy by the ruling ZANU PF to cause problems in the newly formed Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC) led by Nelson Chamisa.

The UK-based law lecturer said the development “doesn’t do CCC any favours at all.” Magaisa said: … the 6 MPs will remain in parliament as the PDP element of the old MDC Alliance. Yet, CCC has just launched as a new entity.

He added that it will be awkward for CCC to have members that are also still identified as MDC Alliance or PDP (formed by Tendai Biti.)

Source – Pindula News

In other news – Jah Prayzah puts brakes on Zimbabwe award entries

Jah Prayzah puts brakes on Zimbabwe award entries. The multiple award-winners manager, Keen Mushapaidze, made the announcement last Friday, which divided opinions. He made the revelation shortly after the announcement of the ZIMA 2020 nominees where they were not placed on the list.

Jah Prayzah

Jah Prayzah’s camp insists they won’t submit entries for Zimbabwean music and arts merit awards anymore, as a matter of policy….Learn More.

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