Khumalo to abide by suspension from MDC-T on charges of contributing to Khupe’s attack

MDC-T information deputy secretary Tabitha Khumalo told NewsDay that she will abide by her suspension from MDC-T on charges of contributing to violence that resulted in the party’s Vice President Thokozani Khupe being attacked.

Said Khumalo:

I will abide by the suspension until the necessary processes from the investigation are completed. Before that, I will not give any further comment.

Khumalo was suspended from MDC-T on Wednesday alongside deputy treasurer-general, Charlton Hwende and three other youth members. On Wednesday she issued a statement urging members to support Morgan Tsvangirai in making the MDC Alliance a success.

More: NewsDay

Morgan Tsvangirai is a Zimbabwean born trade unionist and politician; former prime minister and president of the Movement for Democratic Change party. He was prime minister of Zimbabwe during the Government of National Unity era between 2008 and 2013. Tsvangirai is also known for having led the country’s trade union umbrella body, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions up to 2000 when he became president his party. Read More

Charlton Hwende is a Zimbabwe politician who is currently the MDC-T deputy treasurer general. Read More

Thokozani Khupe is a Zimbabwean politician, cancer activist and the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Vice- President. Read More

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