CCC heading for split in Chamisa’s absence

Jabob Mafume
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Zimbabwe’s main opposition, Citizens Coalition for Change, seems to be heading for a split.

It comes as its former leader Nelson Chamisa’s sudden departure.

He resigned last month, citing infiltration by state agents.

Now, two factions have emerged to battle for dominance.

Former party vice-president, Welshman Ncube, has been appointed acting president and will rotate the position with Tendai Biti.

But a faction led by party spokesperson, Promise Mkwananzi, has denounced the Ncube group who affirms his position.

Source – eNCA