Chamisa’s spokesman told his comprehension of politics and law are shallow – We miss Mahere

Chamisa’s spokesman told his comprehension of politics and law are shallow – We miss Mahere

Charamba urged Mkwananzi not to use divisive and confrontational language. 

“While peaceful and democratic means should be advocated, it is important to avoid divisive and confrontational language such as “dragging Mr. Mnangagwa kicking and screaming.” Constructive dialogue, engagement, and consensus-building are more effective ways to address concerns, promote change, and nurture a healthy democratic environment. As it stands, Chamisa and his CCC are quite abrasive and let alone their stance on US sanctions exacerbates the rift.

“Instead of focusing solely on a fresh election, the attention should be directed towards fostering national unity and working towards the betterment of Zimbabwe as a whole. Building bridges and engaging in constructive discussions between political parties can create a more stable and prosperous future for the country. Chamisa must join POLAD if he’s serious about serving the interests of Zimbabweans.”

A Khumbulani Dhavu said Chamisa had no interest in the stability of the country

“@nelsonchamisa will nt join even 1 meeting. has no interest in Zim stability.  His mind need change. He fails to ensure pple’s vote is counted.  Spent 5 yrs fighting for 2018 results. He is at it again another 5yrs on 2023. Takes advantage of love citizens give him…not fair.”

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