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Nelson Chamisa: People are thirsty for change and a prosperous country

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Nelson Chamisa: People are thirsty for change and a prosperous country. His remarks come when the country is facing political, humanitarian and economic crises that have worsened the masses’ standards of living.

Nelson Chamisa, leader of the opposition MDC Alliance has said the citizenry is yearning for change and a better life. Chamisa posted on Twitter:

THE EXODUS MOMENT… People are thirsty for change and a prosperous country. We’re suffering too much. It has not been easy. Those benefiting from this oppressive system will fight us. But enough is enough! We must win & deliver Zimbabwe for change. A New Great Zimbabwe is loading!

His remarks come ahead of the 2023 elections which many say will be influenced by the state of affairs. The socio-economic crisis is characterised by soaring inflation, power cuts, and poor salaries for government workers.

Chamisa is confident that he will defeat and dislodge President Emmerson Mnangagwa from power. He recently claimed that Mnangagwa is not as clever as his predecessor the later founding leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, whom he said had various tactics of winning elections.

Meanwhile, some political analysts argue that Zimbabwe needs political reforms to make the playing field level. They say the current political landscape favours the ruling ZANU PF.

Source – Pindula News

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