The President of MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa says he is now wiser and strategic than he was 2 years ago.
This comes after the systematic attacks he and his party have received from the ruling Zanu PF and state institutions since 2018.
The attacks have instead hardened him and transformed him into a wiser politician.
Chamisa has for the past three years since the 2018 elections been accusing the Zanu PF and state institutions of working tirelessly to decimate the MDC Alliance.
He starts with accusing the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) of rigging the 2018 presidential election on behalf of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
He took the challenge to the Constitutional Court where the matter was dismissed with costs.
Since then, Chamisa has not recognised Mnangagwa as the illegitimate President of Zimbabwe, setting the stage for a fierce rivalry between Zanu PF and the MDC Alliance.
Earlier this week he also blamed the President Mnangagwa for the worsening relations between MDC-T and MDC Alliance.
In an interview with Zenzele of Cite, the President of MDC Alliance revealed that his party is now fighting Mwonzora’s MDC rather than removing Zanu-PF from power.