Dabengwa, Tsvangirai, Mugabe, Everyone, Endorsed Me - Chamisa

1 year agoSun, 06 Mar 2022 15:00:53 GMT
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Dabengwa, Tsvangirai, Mugabe, Everyone, Endorsed Me - Chamisa

Opposition Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC) interim president, Nelson Chamisa, has said he was endorsed by many founding leaders of Zimbabwe, the living and the departed to be the president of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

Chamisa, a former Minister of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services (ICTPCS), made the remarks while addressing CCC supporters at a rally held on Sunday at Mkoba, Gweru. He said:

(Dumiso) Dabengwa endorsed me, Save (Morgan Tsvangirai) endorsed me, (former President Robert) Mugabe endorsed me. Until the anointed one is on the throne, Zimbabwe will not have peace, the economy won’t stabilise.

He said the CCC is the only hope and solution to the country’s economic, humanitarian and political crises.

CCC was formed in 2022 after MDC-T leader, Senator Douglas Mwonzora claimed ownership of the MDC Alliance, a name that was also being used by the party that was being led by Chamisa.

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Chamisa said if he is elected president in 2023, he and the CCC government will restore the dignity of all civil servants including teachers, nurses, doctors, and other government workers. 

His remarks come as government workers have periodically clashed with authorities in the past two years over poor working conditions and paltry salaries.

In the midst of ululations and whistles from supporters, Chamisa said he will defeat President Emmerson Mnangagwa and force him to go into retirement. He added:

If anyone wins, we will congratulate him, but there is no party in Zimbabwe that can beat us. Victory is certain.

He also denounced violence adding that his party’s main weapon was the mind.

Chamisa said there will be no rigging of elections “this time” as he has informers at several government institutions including the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) which has often been accused of conniving with the ruling ZANU PF to manipulate election outcomes.

Chamisa also said ZANU PF does not own the country adding that fighting in the liberation struggle does not make the country its property. He added that every citizen contributed to the independence of Zimbabwe in one way or the other.

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