Chamisa says 2021 is a turning point but follower rubbishes this a rhetoric


Patson Kane had this to say: “Happy new year President @nelsonchamisa  mahwa here kuti muridzi wechidhoma  @MyMDC_T  wakabudikira zuro achikorokotedza manager wake @DMwonzora  company yaED @edmnangagwa  kwahi imwe mbuya yakakandirwa panze inonzi  @DrThoko_Khupe  remain strong Zanu is scared of you!”

B Sibanda said 2021 was going to be different.

“2021 gore remaguta political rhetoric will ease bcz of plenty to eat thereby weakening MDC Nero, Nero thrive on a hungry populace 2021 no trumpcard and excuse for your provocations, a stomach filled man is a happy man and the less he is interested in politics.”

Charles Nzirawa said Chamisa had never used food as a campaigning tool.

“Nero had never  used food as a campaigning tool , only Zanu knows how to use food from donors as campaigning tool.”

Vimbiso said as long as Chamisa could not infiltrate the army the change people desire will remain a pipe dream.

Rukudzo mocked: “Ko ruzhinji guri happy nemutongero uripo motikudii navo? Isu the change we need is at local council level where NC’s teams have dismally failed thus disqualifying selves for greater responsibility. For now, please keep playing ku kindergarten.”

Chirandu Chegono challenged Chamisa: “Mr Chamisa sir, please can you inform us which of your Gweru Congress resolutions did you achieve in 2020? Just give us only 2. Because what you cannot measure you can’t manage. I wish you the best in 2021 but walk the talk please. We are cognisant of the evil political env.”

Maronga Evans chided: “Kusvika 2023 muchidaro President weVanhu. Zvokwadi vanhu tinonyengedzwa kunge pwere.”


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