Nelson Chamisa anxious over Con-Court hearing

HARARE - Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday warned that if he fails to win his case against President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the Constitutional Court (Con-Court) this week, he will turn to the people to defend “their vote”.

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Chamisa tries to copy and paste as ever. For his followers he preparing you for his new party in which like Mr Julius Malema he is designated Commander-in-Chief it has nothing to do with the army. This bullet train dirver intimidated Khupe but taking on the Government as the President said law and order will prevail.

Mufaro Sibanda - 21 August 2018

at one time your garwe blasphemed that his govt was better than God's.Now because of his reckless mouth he is heading towards the most embarrassing times of his life.He is going to lose the court case despite his two thirds majority in parliament.this will be the first time such a scenario has happened in world politics where a president loses despite his party losing by such a margin .God is not mocked.let this be a lesson to you who read and everyone else.take note write this down and wait till friday

vimbayi - 21 August 2018

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