CCC leader Nelson Chamisa’s yellow brigade has invaded Sakubva Stadium in Douglas Mwonzora’s Manicaland home province.
Mutare residents have told My Zimbabwe News that such large gatherings were last seen in 1980 when the late President Robert Mugabe held rallies after he came back to Zimbabwe after defeating Smith’s regime in war.
See pics below:
MUTARE YOU ARE TOO MUCH! THANK YOU ZIMBABWE! BEHOLD THE NEW! pic.twitter.com/vkyz8MlDTV
— nelson chamisa (@nelsonchamisa) March 19, 2022
#CCCrally #Sakubva Uncoerced. Unbussed. Unbribed with handouts. Unpertubed by the intimidation. This is #theZimbabweWeWant Famba Nero Famba. @CCCZimbabwe @daddyhope pic.twitter.com/cve7CImhPX
— Robert Muziva (@nattydreadZW) March 19, 2022
Post card from Mutare-Sakubva stadium: @nelsonchamisa arrives to address a by-election rally. #ElectionsZW pic.twitter.com/UBVc9ipGRh
— Costa Nkomo (@costahcostah) March 19, 2022
Watch videos below:
I think Sakubva is the most lit🔥🔥🔥🔥of all rallies so far!!
The energy is out of this world
Don't urge with me ndiri last born pic.twitter.com/fH1yh6eQy4
— Prestige Matchaba-Hove (@Machava_Hove) March 19, 2022
Jovial crowd at Sakubva stadium. @CCCZimbabwe by-election rally. #ElectionsZW pic.twitter.com/4bwNuWv2qZ
— Open Parly ZW (@OpenParlyZw) March 19, 2022