Chinyanganya joins a host of other MDC Alliance officials who have expressed their continued support to Chamisa’s leadership.
In an interview, Chinyanganya who is also a legal practitioner by training said while he is still studying the judgement but his support remains with the youthful politician.
“I am still studying the judgement but I am standing with president Chamisa.
“He is the one who was endorsed by the people at the 2019 congress.
“In the Presidential elections, he got more than 2.6 million votes. He is the people’s President,” he said.
MDC Alliance officials such as Tendai Biti, Welshman Ncube, Lynette Karenyi, Job Sikhala among many others have also expressed their continued support to Chamisa who is yet to give a public comment on the issue.
The Supreme Court judgement has however raised more question that will need to be answered for example Dr Khupe already has legislators in the National Assembly under the banner of MDC-T and if she is to assume leadership of the MDC Alliance by virtue of being MDC-T leader how will this be treated and what will become of those legislators.
How will Khupe work with the Alliance when she was against its formation arguing that MDC had the capacity to contest and win on its own.
It is also on record that Khupe held the MDC-T extra-ordinary congress in Bulawayo where she was endorsed as the substantive leader of the party.