Chamisa hit below the belt


There was fire and fury after one of the twitter followers of Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa said there was now a sex position called Chamisa – “you go on top and do nothing”.

Fidelis Zengeza Zvomuya, who describes himself as a communications specialist, said this in response to a tweet by Chamisa which said: “Zimbabwe has too many smart, educated and talented people to be in such a mess. Zimbabweans are running the world all over but our country has been run down. We must all give our country a new life, a new direction& a new image. Change will not just happen. We must cause it to happen!”

Sir Chirenje responded: “For that change to happen there must be some leader somewhere.  Can the leader please stand up?”

Chamisa replied: “For that change to happen can the follower look within, look ahead, stop doubting and follow the leader.”

Benji Maisiri was not amused.

“Mdara no single day ramatombosungwa or kuisirwa tear gas chairo ha ha kana mateacher akatombosungwa na gonyeti chaiye akatombotorwa….u are being useless as an opposition leader,” he tweeted.

Ranga Naiti added: “I expected more from you guys as the opposition but now you’re sleeping with those g40 thugs. I’m out.”

“That’s cheap propaganda. Zimbabwe needs a national leader not a party leader,” Chamisa said.

When TrustMas told Chamisa: “Takuda action leader. Tipeyi siginari”, he responded: “Poto haiibve ipapo ipapo.Inotoshukudzirwa nekukodzongwa yozomonwa!”

Out of the blue, Zvomuya tweeted: “There is now a sex position called Chamisa. You go on top and do nothing.”

Ndaba ndabezitha hit back: “Silly. An adult like thinking like a juvenile.”

Zvomuya refused to budge: “People like you are the reason we have middle fingers,” he tweeted, to which Ndabezitha said: “Have no time for semi – civilised people. The only smart thing about you is your phone.  Your brain is overly- sexualised. You trivialize national issues to a sex position.  I hope you are not a father. Emptiness defines you.”

Darlington chided: “Your sister introduced that position you scope dhonoro langhart.”

Zvomuya hit back: “That’s the problem with a political cult like @MDCAllianceZW . You brag about standing for something so hard and so much, that you do not realize that you are actually sitting. You criticize others and you must also be accommodative to criticism. @nelsonchamisa  is no holier.”

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