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MDC-T presidential spokesperson says Tsvangirai has completed medical procedure, to rest for a while

22/09/2017 00:00:00
by Staff reporter
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MDC-T Presidential spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka said his boss Morgan Tsvangirai will take a sabbatical for a while recuperating from a medical procedure he underwent in South Africa last week.

Tsvangirai, who was airlifted to the neighbouring country amid claims that he was in a serious condition, is expected back in the country this weekend.

In a statement released to the media, Tamborinyoka said, “He (Tsvangirai) has completed his medical procedure in South Africa but, is now taking several days of rest from the hectic schedule of work that awaits him in Harare.”

Tamborinyoka said his boss has fully recuperated but will not be at work for some days to come as he fully recharges his batteries ahead of the mammoth responsibility of providing leadership for the watershed polls next year.

He said the three Party Vice Presidents will continue to execute their assigned tasks to ensure consistent and uninterrupted leadership to the various MDC-T programmes currently as the preparations for the party’s 18th birthday bash which will take place in Kwekwe next month.

Tsvangirai, who was diagnosed with colon cancer last year, will come face to face with a myriad of problems afflicting his party which includes a dismissed court challenge in which he wanted President Mugabe to change voter registration dates.



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