MDC “Wrestles” Properties From CCC And Vows To “Repossess” More

The Douglas Mwonzora led MDC T has vowed to “repossess” their properties around the country, which it claims are illegally occupied by nemesis CCC led by Nelson Chamisa.

Speaking in Bindura after “repossessing” the Bindura offices, which it said were previously occupied by the Citizens Coalition for Change, leader Douglas Mwonzora expressed happiness that his party was finally able to wrestle the office building in the Mashonaland Capital of Bindura.

Mwonzora pledged to retake all the other properties around the country, which includes buildings and vehicles.

“We are very happy we have taken back our property. This property was bought by MDC in 2011. It belongs to our party, and today we had our provincial meeting at the office. This is an office for the MDC, we are proceeding to recover the offices in other parts of the country.

“We have recovered Bindura, we will be recovering Kwekwe, Gweru, Gwanda, Bulawayo and Hwange. These are properties bought by the people’s money, and we want these properties to be preserved for the people.

“We know there are motor vehicles that belong to the party that have been stolen by those people. We are giving a warning to those criminals to return our property, this property belongs to the MDC,” said Mwonzora.


He further pledged to “repossess” the Chinhoyi offices, which he claimed was currently in the hands of the CCC party,

“We will do something about it, but not like them. They want a property, which is not theirs. They were formed in 2022, and these properties were bought before 2011 and they know the property is not theirs. There are lawful orders in our favor. We want our property back, the law must take its course.”- said Mwonzora.

Property battle between the MDC T and CCC climaxed in the ouster of the latter from Harvest House, after the Mwonzora led party won a court battle on the right to use the property.

Asked about the current property repossession claims, CCC assistant spokesperson Gift Ostalos Siziba referred us to Innocent Gonese, who declined to give a definitive answer, insisting that he didn’t have enough details about the developments.







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