Chamisa To Organise Supporters To Make Sure That “Vote” Is Respected In A Peaceful Manner

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has said that he will organise his supporters to make sure that the vote of the people is respected.

Chamisa who has steadfastly refused to accept President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the winner of the July 30 elections also stressed that the plans will be executed in peace and quiet. Said Chamisa
Chamisa To Organise Supporters To Make Sure That “Vote” Is Respected In A Peaceful Manner
Chamisa To Organise Supporters To Make Sure That “Vote” Is Respected In A Peaceful Manner


…do we wait for 2023 while we know that we won the election? Is that possible? Now we are in the process of organising our supporters in the country so that we all have one aim, to say; the results that were announced are your own problem, but the vote of the people should be respected

We are going to execute our plans in peace and quiet. Mnangagwa was saying I should go to Parliament. I was not elected to go to Parliament. When I came to Zimbabweans, I said to them, please, give me a chance to go to State House. The voters gave me the keys to State House, but the keys were stolen…There is no army, no gun or weapon that can destroy anything whose time has come. So we are planning, plans that are smart and we hope that with your ideas, things will move smoothly.

However, Zanu-PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo scoffed at Chamisa’s plans saying that law enforcement would deal with any lawlessness.

More: NewsDay

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