MDC leader Chamisa thanks Mnangagwa during Tsvangirai’s memorial (more photos, HEAVY police presence)


President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been commended for availing financial and logistical support for the memorial service of the former Prime Minister and MDC founder, the late Mr Morgan Tsvangirai who died in February 2018.

In his address at the memorial service for the latter held at Makanda Primary School in Humanikwa village, Buhera, man of the people MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa paid tribute to Mnangagwa and the government for the assistance.

Government availed two graders to clear the road leading to the venue and also provided food for the delegates who attended the memorial service.

Government also gave the Tsvangirai mansion in Highlands to his widow, Elizabeth after the death of the MDC founder Mr Tsvangirai.

Guest of honour, Zambian trade unionist Faxon Shamenda delivered his speech.

In his address, Mr Shamenda made a plea to government and the MDC Alliance to continue taking care of the family.

Ambassadors from European Union and Angola attended the event.

Thousands of supporters of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) attended the event.

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