By Staff Reporter
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Member of Parliament for Mount Pleasant, Fadzayi Mahere has formally resigned from her parliamentary position.
The move closely follows CCC leader Nelson Chamisa’s sudden departure, attributing it to alleged infiltration and sabotage by Zanu PF and its affiliates.
Just days prior, Mahere swiftly announced her departure, citing commitment to principles and loyalty.
She expressed gratitude to the Mt Pleasant Constituency for their trust.
“Despite my profound sadness for what we could have achieved together, I officially resign from Parliament and cease to be a CCC member,” Mahere said
While Mahere’s resignation is decisive, critics argue it might have been premature.
Other CCC MPs indicate they will consult their constituencies before deciding on their political future.
This week, the CCC parliamentary caucus is set to address the crisis triggered by the self-imposed secretary-general, Sengezo Tshabangu.
Tshabangu’s dramatic recalls of party members have added complexity to the CCC’s tumultuous situation.
Mahere’s resignation highlights the challenges facing the CCC, raising questions about the party’s cohesion and its ability to weather internal storms.
The coming days are expected to bring further developments as the CCC navigates leadership changes and their impact on parliamentary representation.