A BATTLE for assets looms in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) as the two warring camps jostle to outwit each other and seize control of the party, the Financial Gazette can report. Following the ouster and counter ouster of key party members — first by the secretary general Tendai Biti-led camp which suspended party president Morgan Tsvangirai and six others at a palace coup last Saturday; and then a retaliatory measure by the Tsvangirai camp which expelled Biti and eight others on Tuesday — the composition and leadership of the party has been thrown into such disarray the future of party has never been bleaker. Although the original party’s split in 2005 posed a threat to the movement then,…