Khupe To Receive Prayers From Party Loyalists

MDC-T Bulawayo province spokesperson Mandla Sibanda confirmed party President and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai would lead party loyalists in the solidarity prayer meeting with his second in charge.

“The meeting would start around 9am and will end around lunch hour. It would be held at MacDonald Hall in Mzilikazi,” said Sibanda.
“Every one is free to attend. The major activities during the prayer meeting would be the church sermon and some goodwill messages for our Deputy President.”
Sibanda denied the party could be in a state of panic over Khuphe’s ailment saying prayer meetings were “a culture in Bulawayo”.
Khuphe, who is also one of the country’s two Deputy Prime Ministers, sought treatment in South Africa a few weeks ago and is due to undergo surgery in December.
She has publicly admitted she was ill.

The Makokoba legislator has become so traumatised with her ailment that she has since turned to her Christian faith to keep her spirits up since being told she had cancer in late May.