Those arguing for constitutionalism are wondering why Chamisa chose the controversial method of getting to power when he could have been popularly elected at a congress. But as Moyo said, that party “has been captured by some forces”.
But it also appears that it was not only the issue of leadership that Moyo was not happy about. He also seemed to be against the coalition MDC Alliance because he felt that MDC was carrying minority insignificant parties on its back.
“It is very unfortunate that at this juncture that instead of us focusing on the enemy, ZANU-PF, we find ourselves disintegrating to pieces, which becomes a minus in building an electoral force to dethrone the junta. It is difficult to gauge if we still have a chance to dethrone the junta. It is a very unfortunate, but unavoidable fact,” Moyo told Newsday.
“The MDC-T is actually building parties from scratch with this MDC Alliance thing. Some of these parties in the Alliance had no structures whatsoever, but they now have structures courtesy of the MDC-T.
“They have formed structures using the momentum that we have built over the years as the MDC-T. In reality and if truth be told, it is MDC-T running the show, it is the MDC-T with the people, it is the MDC-T with policies, while other so called parties are about personalities, the leaders who front them and nothing else.”