Chamisa to take election case to African Commission for Human and People’s Rights


A source said Chamisa had now “lost” it and blamed his close associates like Tendai Biti for not giving him the right advice.

The source said MDC secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora had given up because Chamisa did not listen to anyone.

“He got so convinced that he was going to win the elections that he cannot get that out of his mind,” the source said, “but all he is doing is destroying his political career. Kuzviuraya chaiko.”

His twitter supporters, however, seem to be urging him on, but others felt he should let go.

Sure Kamhunga said this was a very ridiculous move. “Zimbabwe is sovereign mos.”

He was supported by Sam Garwe who said: “Chamisa has lost my respect …I don’t think he should be allowed anywhere near power!”

But Kue Poshai said: “He just earned mine”, to which Sam Garwe responded: “There is nothing wrong with that even Idi Amini had supporters until his last days!”

President Mnangagwa will be inaugurated tomorrow.


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