Mutambara not president – court

From this morning’s Newsday:

The High Court Wednesday ordered Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara to stop, forthwith, masquerading as the president of the MDC.

Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Nicholas Ndou granted interim relief to the Welshman Ncube-led MDC, which was the first applicant, and secretary-general Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga (second applicant) which interdicted Mutambara from exercising “any function” vested in the president of the party until the finalisation of High Court case number 612/11, in which a faction loyal to Mutambara (respondent) is challenging the rise of Ncube to the MDC presidency.

Ndou ruled: “That respondent is interdicted from ‘purporting’ to be the president of the Movement for Democratic Change.

“That respondent is interdicted from exercising any function vested in the president of the Movement for Democratic Change. That respondent is interdicted from in any way interfering with structures and organs of the party.”

Yes, Arthur, it’s simple. Just because your lil’ fools who boycotted the national council meeting are whining in court, doesn’t mean the resolutions of that meeting are null and void, so shut the feck up.

Reshuffle this!

2 Replies to “Mutambara not president – court”

  1. Well, about fing time. Though, I find it a shame that it is something that needed to bother the courts with.

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