MDC-T and MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa had the opportunity to be grilled by Stephen Sucker — traditionally known to take no prisoners — on BBC Hardtalk and his responses have drawn divergent views from a cross section of Zimbabweans, who will be casting their vote in the next few months.
Chamisa defended promises he has so far made to the electorate, saying these were based on his experience as a Cabinet minister in the inclusive government.
Despite being told that some of the promises that included a bullet train were “nonsensical and unrealistic” Chamisa stuck to his guns declaring: “I am the future, I am a young man and a visionary.”
“I have said we must begin to build infrastructure such as the one you have here. I was emphasising singing the point of modern transportation,” he said.
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