MDC-T Vice President Nelson Chamisa says he is not moved by those soiling his name as the opposition party's succession wars rage on.
This comes after MDC-T organising secretary Abednego Bhebhe, a close ally to the party's elected Vice President Thokozani Khupe, said the later would resign if Chamisa or Mudzuri succeeded Tsvangirai as party leader.
"I'm ready 4 it all. They'll manufacture lies, construct theories, drag my name in the mud, call me names, label & condemn me, claim me preposterously and align me 2 imaginary sides, own & even disown me, but that won't change who I am..a Patriot fighting for my generation #Godisinit," tweeted Chamisa.
Zimbabwean politics has been bedevilled with factionalism, mainly caused by succession.
This has seen former President Robert Mugabe removed from power.
Mujuru's party has not been spared as many of her party members have since deserted NPP.
– Chigumbu Warikandwa