Last month in Kwekwe, Ncube described Tsvangirai as an uneducated person, who is out of depth and could not deal with the complex challenges the country was facing.
Addressing a rally at Sipepa business centre in Tsholotsho at the weekend Ncube said the premier is a useless leader who has betrayed Zimbabweans by allowing the powers bestowed upon him upon signing the Global Political Agreement (GPA) to slip away to President Robert Mugabe.
“Tsvangirai has entered in the Guinness Book of Records for becoming the first ceremonial prime minister the world has ever had.
“You have the most influential post but you are powerless because all the powers have been surrendered back to Mugabe, then you call yourself a leader. He is a failed leader who is sinking in shallow waters,” said Ncube.
Tsvangirai and Ncube launched the united MDC together in 1999 with the former becoming the President whilst the later becoming the Secretary General of the party.
Following its formation more than a decade ago, the MDC had proved to be the most serious challenger to President Robert Mugabe’s uninterrupted rule since independence in 1980.
However, an acrimonious split in 2005 over strategy and participation in Senate elections held then has been blamed for dividing the opposition vote and undermining efforts to dislodge Zanu-PF from power.