Zimbabweans rejoice as CCC leader Nelson Chamisa sparks renewed faith in change of government


Nelson Chamisa, the leader of the Opposition Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC), has sparked renewed hope among disillusioned Zimbabweans who had lost faith in a change of government following the disputed 2023 presidential election.

A report from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Election Observer Mission, led by former Zambian vice president Nevers Mumba, criticized the recent elections, describing them as chaotic and lacking credibility, fairness, and adherence to constitutional and electoral guidelines.

Behind the scenes, SADC is reportedly deeply engaged in the Zimbabwean situation, actively lobbying for a resolution to the post-election crisis that has divided both the nation and the region, while attracting international attention.

Chamisa, taking to his X account, hinted at progress on the diplomatic front for the CCC, as they temporarily set aside their court challenge to seek alternative solutions.

“A new hope for Zimbabwe…Fellow citizens, your victory can’t be denied or delayed. It’s sealed and guaranteed.

“The season of the new is upon us. Zimbabwe shall be known as a blessed nation with a delightful and a great people! #Godisinit Joel 2:12-29 Blessed Sabbath,” Chamisa tweeted on Saturday.

He asserted that the CCC would assert its own terms and conditions for talks aimed at resolving the political impasse resulting from the disputed election.

When you know the full script you don’t panic! It will all end in unprecedented joy and celebration!

“We have a solid plan, never on their terms but on our own terms! And they know it!” he added.

In the August 23 elections, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) declared President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the winner with 52.6% of the vote against Chamisa’s 44%.

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