Chamisa drags ED to court

HARARE - MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa, pictured, has taken his battle for State House a notch higher by dragging his main rival in next month’s crunch national elections, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, to court for remarks that the Zanu PF.......

Comments (4)

enda unokambena uko chamisa kwete zvekungo mhanya kwese kwese uchichema kuda kunzwirwa tsitsi toda kukuzvambura zvakanaka musi wa30 fair feya saka enda kuvanhu undotaura bullshit yako havachakutereri vanhu vakuda development. Pamberi naED

kid marongorongo - 30 June 2018

Its not just a matter of dragging ED to court what we want. We need leaders who go for it. I think babamunini Chamisa change your style of tackling issues.

milliscent - 30 June 2018

if you fail to understand the logic its better you keep your comment to yourself because am seeing sense on what he has done its the appropriate way of expressing displeasure than using grenades which you seem to support

matebele warrior - 30 June 2018

ZEC has a chance to tinker with the results unless Chamisa can deliver a pulverising technical knockout. If MDC Alliance can galvanise a 70 - 80 % rural vote, a huge challenge by any stretch then we can liberate Zimbabwe, we can liberate ZANU pf. A summarised campaign strategy may go like this: VOTE ED for bonds and local currency; VOTE MDC ALLIANCE for a US dollar economy; VOTE ED for stability and stagnation; VOTE CHAMISA for progress and change. Chipedzisai ndimi ma politicians. Whether the referee is in your pocket or not that does not matter when you are clearly and cleanly knocked out

Diaspora Proxy Vote Strategy - 30 June 2018

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