Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

LOCAL NEWS

Chamisa asserts that the CCC won’t wait five years to offer leadership

CCC Activists Attacked And Injured In Binga

According to Nelson Chamisa, the head of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), his group won’t wait five years to take over in Zimbabwe.

He blasted President Emmerson Mnangagwa, charging that since 2008, he has participated in a number of coups that have undermined the democratic process.

Chamisa underlined the need for quick change and promised to take the initiative in making that transformation happen. He declared his will to remedy the predicament and make sure the populace is not treated unfairly.

Chamisa made a rallying cry for all Zimbabweans, highlighting the significance of upholding democracy and protesting any instances of power abuse.

He stated:

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Nelson Chamisa Breaks Silence With Another Bible Verse!

We will not wait for five years there has to be change now and we are going to lead in making sure that change comes to Zimbabwe. We are putting a full stop to this mess. Whatever it takes, we must provide leadership.

Mnangagwa knows he has that he has performed a coup since 2008 a coup on the ballot, 2017 a coup on the elected leader, 2018 a coup on the ballot, he has repeated again 2023 a coup on the ballot. You can’t survive this for far too many times. This time, no further. We have drawn a line in the sand we will not allow you to abuse people.

You are not the last Zimbabwean, you are not the only Zimbabwean, we are all Zimbabweans. We all count, we all matter and we will make sure we take our stand and we defend democracy.

Nelson Chamisa’s remarks followed the announcement by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) declaring Emmerson Mnangagwa as the winner of the August 23-24, 2023 presidential election. Chamisa disputed the results and called for a fresh election. Mnangagwa has since been inaugurated as the new president.

Chamisa’s labelling of Robert Mugabe‘s removal in 2017 as a coup is contradictory to his 2017 interview with Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa where he described it as a miraculous event.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Mugabe resigned under pressure after the army and citizens protested in Harare, with allegations of him being under house arrest.

The opposition has for years claimed that the ZEC was colluding with ZANU PF to change electoral results in favour of the ruling party.

Some of Chamisa’s supporters urged him to turn his words into action and bring about real change.

More | ZiMetro News

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Catch More Updates Below

LOCAL NEWS

Chamisa Dismisses New Currency (ZIG) Opposition leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa has emphasized the need for political reform rather than a mere change in currency...

LOCAL NEWS

CHAOS reigned supreme at a meeting organised by the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) pro-Mr Nelson Chamisa faction, with members becoming rowdy and protesting...

LOCAL NEWS

OPPOSITION politician Nelson Chamisa has distanced himself from any political party following his resignation as Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader in January. Chamisa...

Sports News

CCC committee fires Tshabangu THE Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) standing committee has suspended interim secretary-general Sengezo Tshabangu pending a disciplinary hearing. The suspension...

LOCAL NEWS

The CCC Reveals Leadership In Zimbabwe Parliament The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, has revealed its leadership in Parliament. The...

LOCAL NEWS

Chikomba District Development Coordinator (DDC), Michael Mariga has lifted a suspension he imposed on four Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) in Chikomba after they...

LOCAL NEWS

In a recent statement, Promise Mkwananzi, deputy spokesperson of the CCC, urged the party’s Members of Parliament (MPs) and local authority representatives (councillors) to...

Zimbabwe Politics

Harare | In the complex arena of Zimbabwean politics, the ramifications of aligning against Nelson Chamisa, leader of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC),...

Advertisement