‘We will be forming next government’ – Chamisa

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa addresses a rally in Harare, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022. Chamisa drew thousands of people at his first political rally since forming a new party weeks ago, as the country gears for elections that had been postponed due to COVID-19.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
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HARARE – Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) President  Nelson Chamisa has declared that his political party is the next government after the 2023 presidential elections.

Addressing thousands of his supporters at the  Zimbabwe grounds today Chamisa said he if voted in power he will fix the economy and ensure that civil servants get a decent life.

“I am declaring today that CCC is the next government you the citizens have the power to put me in office not Mnangagwa gives me the power today and l will change this economy immediately,” bellowed Chamisa.

“Teachers  need a decent life if they demonstrate  the Mnangagwa regime claims they have been sent by Chamisa but the economy  is not Chamisa economic hardships are pushing them to do so and as your leader, I am solidly behind you.”

Chamisa took a jibe at Zimbabwe Republic Police and Zimbabwe National Army who are currently wallowing in poverty.

“Gone is the time when police officers and soldiers go to work in lorries, give me power the country will flow my government will put digital policing not to go in streets with button sticks soldiers will eat beef in their barracks hence CCC is the deal,” he said.

Chamisa further encouraged people to register to vote and crush ZANU PF in the looming March 26 by-election.

Source – Byo24