Nelson Chamisa vows to unseat Mnangagwa, reveals how he will easily solve Zimbabwe’s economic crisis


MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday reiterated that his party was mobilising its supporters to march against the Government.

Mr Chamisa said he was on a countrywide tour to mobilise party supporters for the “peaceful march” to be held in the not so distant future.

He told party supporters at Dulivhadzimo Suburb in Beitbridge at a “Thank You” rally.

“As your leadership we are in the process of mobilising for the march. We are going to give you a signal on how to proceed and the date soon. However, I appeal that we conduct ourselves peacefully as we roll out our plan in line with the provisions of the Constitution of Zimbabwe,” said Mr Chamisa.

He claimed that the MDC Alliance was the only party with keys to the international re-engagement process and that there will be no economic recovery in the country unless he is appointed State President.

Chamisa said he would easily sort the economy by abandoning bond notes if he became president.

“I have refused to be swallowed. They are inviting me, but I don’t want them to do what they did to our founding leader Morgan Richard Tsvangirai,” he said.

“They must go out and I take over as they become the opposition.”

The MDC Alliance would be the first properly constituted government, he said, adding that soon after getting into office his party would speed up reforms to lay a path for transparent and credible future elections.

— SundayNews

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