Nelson Chamisa gives elections a chance

HARARE - Zimbabwe has dodged a bullet after opposition leader Nelson Chamisa — who has been feuding with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) — yesterday committed anew to facing President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Monday’s crunch polls, albeit under protest.

Comments (8)

What bullet?. Attention seeking behaviour by the alliance.

blaman sekete - 26 July 2018

Chamisa will NEVER win an election. Stupid attention seeking amateur. That's when ZANU will mail you idiot instead of you to bring the real change people want. Deluded little boy.

Chikowore - 26 July 2018

Chkowore I tried to find facts that will build Zimbabwe but what I can see is hatred language. Zimbabwe can only develop if each time you say something to politicians you tell them exactly what you want to see happening in your country.

Ziziharinanyanga - 26 July 2018

Sorry for those that continue to see ppl`s struggle as attention seeking. Ngatirwirei pakachena kwete ambush dzeZEC PF. Chikowore and blaman are beneficiaries of the coup regime.

Munashe Kativhu - 26 July 2018

Sorry for those that continue to see ppl`s struggle as attention seeking. Ngatirwirei pakachena kwete ambush dzeZEC PF. Chikowore and blaman are beneficiaries of the coup regime.

Munashe Kativhu - 26 July 2018

Good luck President Chamitisa n Khupe.

Woye Woye - 26 July 2018

Be prepared for a shocker next week.May the best man win.Rally attendance and wearing party t shirts mean nothing on election day. The late Vice President Joseph Msika asked people at a rally why ZANU PF loses in urban areas but fill grounds when there is a ZANU PF rally. Calling each other names will not solve a thing .We need food on the table and to have somewhere to go and work in order to send our children to school period. Where I come from most of the vocal ones have nothing to their names. Vamwe, the likes of "chikowore" vava kupenga because they killed for the party.

chimuti - 26 July 2018

I am MDC through and through. Chamisa wants the whole cake himself.

Chikowore - 26 July 2018

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