Chamisa promises supersonic change for Zimbabwe


Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa today promised dramatic and supersonic change for Zimbabwe that will shock the whole world as economists will not be able to explain the boom but some of his followers told him that words alone will not fix anything.

The MDC leader tweeted this morning: “WE THE PEOPLE ..Beyond this doom, the rise of Zim shall be a surprise to all & the breaking news to the whole world. The changes will be dramatic & transformation supersonic. New minerals shall be discovered. Economists will not be able to explain the boom..”

Podza replied: “Words only won’t fix the situation mr President people are tired, hungry and dying and no solution at all.”

Chamisa responded: “I know what we about to go through. The problem with many of us is we don’t understand that the answer and solution to any question or problem is always revealed to the the chosen. Action without strategy is futile. Strategy without action is fatal. Fortunately we have both!”

Runyararo Mherekumombe did not buy that. “Mr. President if I pat you on the back I’d be doing you a disservice. Fasting came & is gone, life got harder. You uttered more rhetoric stuck in paralysis analysis. If you don’t act your faith this struggle shall overtake you, God can raise another to lead this movement #Markit!”

Chamisa replied: “I hear you. The time is coming. We are still and will continue fasting until the moment finally arrives. Kumanya handi kusvika. Panodikwa nyasha kwete hasha chete. We must all play our part. For me it’s never a loss if God were to deem me unqualified to lead. God’s signal is the best!”

Patricia Chinyoka backed Chamisa saying: “Good morning President Chamisa. Looking forward to a new Zimbabwe, one in which the people can begin to rebuild their broken lives and hope again.”

“Thank you Trish. We are bringing a modern government. Bringing the government closer to you. Ushering Zimbabwe into the 21st century with reforms to modernise and digitise government institutions,” Chamisa responded.

Tafadzwa Muranganwa, however, said hope was fading.

“We remain hopeful but eish the hopes are fading away by each day.Kwatinoenda Kure Kwatinobva Kure-thats my feeling right now,” to which Chamisa responded: “When all energy seems gone then suddenly joy upon a breakthrough sets in!It is well!”

Patience Setlhare, however, cautioned: “It’s good to declare and speak positive words but I think you have missed the how part which is most important. Otherwise no difference with the SONA u walked away from. I would advise the opposition sit and debate in parliament not be copycats of some countries.”

Emmanuel added: “Tiri kutochembera baba. Act quickly.”

Chamisa said: “We must all ACT quickly..National solutions require all our collective effort.”

Emmanuel went on: “ Mukatarisa mutown munotowona kuti ahh vanhu ava varikungoshaya mutungamiriri. Tiri kungoda mutungamiriri chete. The rest is on us. Lead us.”

Ryan Chinyangare said: “Let’s be realistic we don’t need hope we need solutions. This rhetoric is idiotic and propaganda filled we know it all too well it made you join MDC.. Tinyare and be a true leader my friend….”

TeamEDpfee said: “Sounds Like You Guys Are Planning A Coup Against A Legitimate Government Of HE @edmnangagwa , I Bet You Guys This Is Day Dreaming , Hazvibude , Your Nets Will Be Torn Before Closing Handei , Mukunyangira Yaona Makada Izvozvo Haigarike Zimbabwe Yacho  Tisajairirane To That Point.”


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Charles Rukuni
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