Chamisa vows to stir things up with eleventh-hour court challenge
Nelson Chamisa is ramping up his fight against Emmerson Mnangagwa with plans for another explosive court maneuver, sources say.
In a dramatic bid to stop Mnangagwa’s inauguration, the CCC boss will launch an emergency application at the Constitutional Court this Saturday.
He aims to question ZEC’s results declaring Mnangagwa the winner yet again. Though the Court threw out his case last time, Chamisa isn’t backing down.
Insiders say Chamisa will argue the election was rigged and observers flagged fairness issues.
It’s not the first time plucky Chamisa has taken on the establishment. Back in 2018, he tried tossing out those results too – but the court packed him off with costs.
Undaunted, the man even took his case international. But now he’s ramping up the drama right here on our shores with his boldest move yet.
Watch this space, folks – you read it here first! One thing’s for sure, with Chamisa on the warpath, Mnangagwa won’t be popping any corks just yet.
CCC leader Nelson Chamisa will file papers at the Constitutional Court on Saturday seeking to overturn ZEC’s declaration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa as duly elected following August 23 poll. ZEC said Mnangagwa won with 52.6 percent, but rivals say elections not credible 1/ pic.twitter.com/qjPzQEIVd0
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