It’s impossible for MDC-T to lose elections: Chamisa
By Admore Tshuma
ZIMBABWE’s Minister of Information, Communication and Technologies Nelson
Chamisa has declared in Britain that no political party in Zimbabwe can
defeat the Movement for Democratic Change led by Prime Minister Morgan
Chamisa who is also MDC-T national organising secretary said, said this in a
rally in Britain this weekend during a rally at the city Birmingham.
He said the talk that MDC-T was afraid of an early election was a figment of
ZANU-PF’s imagination. In contrast, the powerful speaking Chamisa said MDC-T
would like to see SADC-recommended reforms instituted to avoid the last
election drama in which election results were with-held by ZANU-PF for more
than a month.
He said these reforms include a fresh voter registration process and most
importantly: “We need to demilitarise villagers so that villagers can go and
vote without fear of ZANU-PF militias”.
“With such a clear conducive environment, I bet no political party can beat
the MDC led by Morgan Tsvangarai. We have a very credible who has been
fearless and consistent. At the moment ZBC is playing ZANU-PF jingles after
jingles, but we are saying this is our time and our time is to govern
differently and democratically,” he said.
“Many people have been asking whether we have been effective in the
coalition government, my answer is yes. We have emerged stronger and sharper
and as such we now have sharpened tactics,” he said.
We are clear, we want a new constitution in Zimbabwe. We do have an exit
strategy,” he said.
“We are fighting to have a diaspora vote because the diaspora has been very
instrumentally in the struggle and I urge exiled Zimbabweans to tell our
story to the international community as it,” he said.
Chamisa said the MDC leader was positive that the end is “nigh” and “we are
standing the threshold of proper liberation of all Zimbabweans.
He said exiled Zimbabweans were genuinely victims of ZANU-PF’s gross human
rights violations in Zimbabwe, hence should not be marginalised in terms of
the political process.
He told more than 100 MDC-UK supporters that: “You are here in Britain not
because of your liking, but because of circumstances. I am therefore here to
tell you that we are in the deepest hour and the deepest hour is always
“To know the truth about the changing political situation in Zimbabwe you
need to ask Jonathan Moyo. He is panicking because he knows things have
changed no one wants ZANU-PF and everyone want Morgan Tsvangirai to be the
next President of the Republic of Zimbabwe,” he said. – Zimdiaspora
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