BARELY three months ago, he was a deputy treasurer-general, whom many thought was mild, malleable and agreeable to Morgan Tsvangirai’s leadership of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T). Today, after two damning letters, the first of which candidly advised the party leader to step down, Elton Mangoma stands accused of moving an agenda for leadership renewal and causing disharmony in the party. Suspended, he awaits a disciplinary hearing by an independent tribunal. As he waits for the party processes to run their course, he is not doing so lying down. Clearly, battle lines have been drawn. Is there any going back? The Financial Gazette News Editor, Maggie Mzumara, sat down with Mangoma to get to the bottom of it all.MM:…