Nelson Chamisa, Chamisa shares doubts about Zim elections

Leaders of both the ruling party and opposition party, are hard at work as they are trying to woo the people of Zimbabwe for the votes. Meanwhile, Zanu PF promised the voters goats and chickens while Nelson Chamisa express his doubts about the credibility of the elections. What Nelson Chamisa said? On Sunday, July 30, 2023, the leader of the Citizens Coalition for Change, Nelson Chamisa was in Marondera at Rudhaka Stadium which is over 800 km away from Mnangagwa. While addressing the public meeting at Rudhaka Stadium, the CCC’s leader said if elections go ahead with his candidates banned it won’t be a credible vote. You are asked to stick with this page and go through this article till the end as we have discussed a lot more aspects. Swipe down the page and take a look below.

Nelson Chamisa

Not to mention, Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC) is currently underfunded but the party is leaving no stone unturned in drawing huge crowds that mostly made their way to the rally without free transport, therefore, it has not been an easy election campaign for the opposition party. CCC leader Nelson Chamisa said in a direct message to Mnangagwa for banning his candidates in Bulawayo “God has the final say” He further added about the other lawfare moves of the president “You can be the ruler, but you cannot be the leader; you can’t do what you want. This country belongs to God,” Swipe down the page and read more details.

The opposition party’s leader added during the public meeting at Rudhaka Stadium that if the elections go ahead his candidates remain banned and the independent candidate Kasukuwere for the president is disqualified, the voting won’t be considered credible. Nelson Chamisa also asserted that he is going to every part of the country by road but some of his rallies have been banned. Shift to the next section and read what the opposition party said.

CCC said the reception had been under good tough circumstances “Our president, Nelson Chamisa, has so far traveled over 6 000 km by road, visiting citizens in every village, ward, and constituency in the countryside,” On August 23, 2023, the general elections will take place. This week the court will take a decision on the concerns raised over the ballot paper printing and other logistics. Reportedly, European Union’s election observer mission to assess the campaign season deployed nationwide. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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