Gambakwe Media sources have exclusively revealed that former MDC Alliance Youths assembly chairman, Happymore Chidziva (Bvondo) has hit hard times and is struggling to make ends meet.
Speaking exclusively to Gambakwe Media, the sources says Bvondo regrets losing his parliamentary seat after he joined the group that broke away with Nelson Chamisa.
‘Bvondo can barely put food on the table. He now regrets supporting Chamisa and Ostallos’ said the sources.
The revelations comes as infighting has intensified in the MDC Alliance youths and has spread to the women’s assembly.
Chamisa’s sister, Yeukai, last night lashed out as the chaos spread to the UK province Women’s assembly.
Writing on Facebook, Yeukai dared those who want to suspend her to make their moves and see what would happen.
On the other hand, the fighting between Gift Ostallos Siziba, Lovemore Chinoputsa, Obey Sithole, Womberai Nhende and the girls (Joanna Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova) is raging, taking a nasty factional dimension.
Business partners, Nelson Chamisa and Charlton Hwende are going through tensions, with each trying to dominate the other.
Chamisa, Mahere, Ostallos and the girls are on one side while three other factions are questioning the direction that the party is taking.
Job Sikhala has reportedly refused to be drawn into the infighting, and is now closely linked with award winning Journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono and others who are growing increasingly frustrated with the MDC Alliance antics.
The source ended by saying: ‘The MDC Alliance is finished, all that is left is the former glory, this group will tear each other apart and ZANU-PF will definitely win the 2023 elections.’