Huge headache for ED, Chamisa

HARARE - Both President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa face major problems as the country’s national elections beckon — with dozens of disgruntled former Cabinet ministers and MPs from their respective parties staging a rebellion by registering to contest the make-or-break polls as independents.

Comments (9)

Harare is a very important region. Many problems. I hope ED will overcome them all. He is the president we need!

Belinna - 16 June 2018

From what i can see Chamisa is nothing but another corrupted politician. No new ideas, no clear policy, nothing. I just don't trust him.

As Jarvis - 16 June 2018

jarvis dont trust Chamisa we trust him dont bother yourself unoita stress anotodiwa nevakawanda,sorry shame

don - 16 June 2018

chamisa is a very corrupt young man who we should not trust at all. he has the temerity to masquarande as a pastor yet he is not one. its sad and you hear him saying Godisinit. What is he refrering to as God is in it? God will never be in things that are full of lies.

Trump - 16 June 2018

@trump did you deliver 2,2 million jobs. Who lies then. Where is 15 billion, where are the industries ,the list is endless.

facts - 16 June 2018

ED will win Harare no doubt. It won't be easy, but people of Harare will make the right choice I believe.

Abiatha - 16 June 2018

All i need is peace in my own Muzi , i dont care kuti ndiyati aripamusoro pemu sasa . A pothole free road network across the republic , ma RR anodawo kufamba pakanaka. The country needs $5.5Bn to bring all roads up to standard in the next 3yrs. Anopakwanisa apa ndiye wacho akasarudzwa.

Collin Msimang , Bililimamangwe. - 16 June 2018

It is clear that Belinna, Jarvis and Trump are one man! Urikuedza kuspoiler muface wangu but you can late coz the bullet train is gone!

El Nino - 16 June 2018


flamecity - 18 June 2018

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