What people are telling Chamisa about the way forward!


Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader who has been quiet for the past four days today said tough decisions are about to be made and asked people about their th0oughts and ideas, adding “ you wish is our command.”

In a tweet this morning, Chamisa said: “Our NEXT move is very crucial for Zimbabwe’s future. Things must change. We’re currently engaging Zimbabweans countrywide on the steps ahead. We’re ready to serve YOU.Tough decisions are about to be made. You decide we abide.Your wish is our command. Your thoughts & ideas ??”

Chamisa was supposed to address s rally in Kwekwe last week but police said the rally could not be held because of health considerations following an outbreak of typhoid in the area.

His party has taken the police to court and the case is expected to be heard today.

He has, however, organized to meet people in Chitungwiza this weekend.

But here is what people said is response to his tweet:

Martin: “NO TO GNU or INCLUSIVE GVNT PLEASE, let them rule”.

Windrider: “Mukuru we are the ones feeling the heat, we should just accept their offer of working together because some of us zvatotanga kudzvanya.”

K1NG 👑KRU3D: “No, they should have talked about working together before elections. Inga when they were campaigning they made promises. Let’s give them space and time.”

Ozzie ncube: “Exactly they promised 28 houses an hour everyday that was without chamisa.  Yep, let them build at least 10 an hour if they are serious. In 2008 it was easy for them regroup and pretend like they are working, while undermining the opposition in the GNU. The Honourable thing would be to accept failure & defeat, then negotiations can be made in good faith.”

Emmanuel: “Sir i think this thing is long gone spare the Zimbabweans and move forward.”

YaPee: “Move forwad where??”

Justin mush Mhizha: “We have to put the country and its people first.  Whoever won must rule. Parly yakagadzwa wani nezuro.”

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