Has Chamisa been bewitched by ZANU-PF?


A twitter follower of Citizen Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa today said motivational tweets by the party leader are not working because the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front is cementing its power.

She even asked whether Chamisa had not been bewitched by ZANU-PF?

This was after Chamisa tweeted: “DON’T DESPAIR ZIMBABWE🇿🇼 FOCUS!! Cheer up! Freedom doesn’t come easy but is coming. Celebrations loading…Some will ask how and when but it will happen sooner than ever imaginable. Say a prayer for our beloved country. We serve a Mighty and Living God! #Godisinit Blessed Tuesday.”

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday appointed his new cabinet in which several former ministers retained their posts and a few names came in. He also appointed his son and a nephew as deputy ministers.

Responding to Chamisa’s tweet, a Mai Magaisa said: “Celebrations loading…Some will ask how and when but it will happen sooner than ever imaginable. ” 

“This type of politics ain’t working President . Zanupf  is cementing power by all means . 

Zanupf  is not valuing meritocracy  but it is valuing Corruption  . We have to stop posting Biblical  verses and face the political  reality . 

“Demonstration have been barred . 

“They have reduce this nation to a private Limited  country in our eyes.

“President hamusi kushandisirwa mushonga hre Ne Zanupf  ? Hmmm .l can’t see any celebration  💔”

The_Capitalist_Nigga concurred: “Can we build something with motivational quotes??? No surely motivation gets to a point where it does not work.”

A Zimbabwe’s Most, however, agreed with the CCC leader, saying: “When jehoshaphat was attacked by 3 nations in 2 chronicles 20. He understood that the victory comes from God. Imagine in such a scenario he resorted to prayer, fasting and praise. Ma’am, we serve a might God. Wait and see the goodness of this God in this land of the living.”


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Charles Rukuni
The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.


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