MDC plan to humiliate President Emmerson Mnangagwa

HARARE - Opposition legislators are planning to humiliate President Emmerson Mnangagwa when he presents his State of the Nation Address (Sona) in Parliament today — as the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance continues to refuse to accept his July 30 poll victory.

Comments (12)

The opposition, particularly MTC-A, should get over the election result saga. Clearly, they are no-longer looking after the electorate interest. This is not progressive politics. I now get the sense they now feel they lost the opportunity of making money (not representing the masses). Why don't they plan for 2023 rather than being so childish. What are they hoping to achieve with this behaviour, honestly? They never had my vote and my younger colleagues feel they wasted their vote with this lot, I am vindicated

Bigboy - 18 September 2018

Bigboy or Small boy, leave politics to politicians. You never voted for MDC dont lie. You are 1000% Zanu. Dont pretend. And you expect them to leave electoral cheaters like that, next elections Zanu and ZEC cheats you say aaaaah let the country move on. kkkkkkkkk

Makumbinde - 18 September 2018

Makumbinde------The word is cheats not cheaters..MDC should stop being childish...because if ZANU with its 2 thirds majority decides to become childish as well they should then not cry foul

DZUMBUNU - 18 September 2018

Makumbinde you were not Bigboy's polling officer and cannot argue with him whether he voted or not. The point is we do not want anarchy in Zimbabwe. MDC Alliance and Zanu PF supporters were peacefully singing outside parliament building when the MPs were sworn in. No one is crying foul about the parliamentary vote. Attempts by Chamisa and the misguided to continue denigrating President Mnangagwa are childish, lack maturity and will eventually land someone in prison. Musanyepere vakomana - evidence maiva musina, hakuna dare rinopfuura Constitutional Court muZimbabwe. If the MDC can sort out the mess in Bulawayo, Masvingo and Victoria Falls civic governance

Daniel 5 - 18 September 2018

And they will be asked to leave the August House, period!

Mhofu Chaiyo - 18 September 2018

Danniel 5 read tangawaverenga fisrt ozo nyora comment yako, ati iye "they never had my vote" vzichireva kuti haana kuvhotera MDC A.

Makanyara - 18 September 2018

Is that the only thing MDC has to offer? If thats the only thing then we are in for disaster sure i cant believe this.

Jojo - 18 September 2018

I hope after humiliating President ED that will make the prices go down. I thought getting into Parliament one will pay allegiance to the electorate because they are the ones who sent him/her to represent them. But if they are in that house to further chamisa's egos then well may be that is what they promised their supporters to do in Parliament whilst conniving with the business people to punish the same electorate through price hikes. Shame on you guys.

shunguhadziurayi - 18 September 2018

ed should just threaten them by promising to withhold parly vehicles and all of them will be quiet like lizards. kungobva muparly the majority of them anenge ave marova anosiririsa havana kana ma professions paya magwavava zvayo anongiziva iyo slogan yekuti chamisa chete chete zvino hazvichadyise.

mukhovhe wa tshilidzi - 18 September 2018

Its of no use trying to embarass the president now as he was declared the winner by both zec and the con-court.Its time to fight for electrol reforms before the 2023 elections.Its also time to plug any lopholes that zanu pf uses to rig the elections.

wise - 18 September 2018

"Makanyara" my comment was to "Makumbinde" not "Bigboy"'s comment. Inonzi comprehension

Daniel 5 - 19 September 2018

"Makanyara" my comment was to "Makumbinde" over "Bigboy"'s comment (whom I concur with in this post). Inonzi comprehension

Daniel 5 - 19 September 2018

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