Ngaapinde Hake Mukomana: Madam boss throws weight behind Nelson Chamisa, Mnangagwa in trouble

Madam Boss and her husband Ngoni Mhofela Munetsiwa

POPULAR Zimbabwean socialite Tarisai Chikocho, better known as Madam Boss has endorsed MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa for the 2023 presidency after raising concerns on how the government had failed to fund its local councils.

She lamented how municipalities across the country were failing to collect garbage among other service delivery failures.

The comedian also raised concerns over how the local councils were letting down residents resulting in dumpsites sprouting up in all suburbs as people dumped refuse in open due to uncollected waste piling up at their homes.

The dumpsites, Madam Boss added were becoming also eye-sore.

“Nhai mota dzema dhodhabhini dzakaendepiko? (Where are refuse collection trucks/),’’Madam Boss asks.

“Kwedu rangova dhizatsa, dzirikuuyawo here kwenyu?”

However, Madam Boss later deleted her post which she had written under the screamer ‘’Ngaapinde Hake Mukomana” in reference to Chamisa.

A popular hashtag: #NgaapindeHakeMukomana is trending on social media platforms as Chamisa garners support ahead of the 2023 elections.

“Ngaapinde hake mukomana, shoko riri kutenderera muma streets. Iye arikumbotii nenyaya yekuti ngaapinde? Iwe urikutii nenyaya yekuti apinde? Ko tese tirikumboitawo sei kuti tite make sure kuti Apinda,’’ Madam Boss posted on her Facebook page.

Chamisa is currently in Manicaland province where he is meeting rural party structures. Last week, he was in Masvingo province on a similar mission. However, the Masvingo visit was disrupted by Zanu PF activists who attacked some members of his entourage and damaged several convoy vehicles.

Chamisa will battle it out for the highest office on the land with the incumbent president ED Mnangagwa in 2023 watershed elections. Mnangagwa is targeting five million votes while Chamisa targets six million.

– NewZimbabwe

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