WATCH: Chamisa Chete Chete ditches Ndebele slogans?
Nelson Chamisa, who lost elections in 2018 to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, announced he had registered a new party called Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) and in one of the videos on social media, the party executive is seen chanting slogans mainly in Shona and English which made Prof Moyo ask Welshman Ncube on the whereabouts of the Ndebele slogans.
"When it's not inclusive, it's not national!," said Jonathan Moyo.
Yebo Citizen @Welshman_Ncube, kanti kuhambe njani lapha Citizen? Ama slogans ashotile: isiNdebele sisele ngaphi Prof? When it's not inclusive, it's not national! #BeingZimbabwean pic.twitter.com/ukfYwJFDpT— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) January 25, 2022
At least @CCCZimbabwe and @nelsonchamisa have proved that there party is only meant for Harare people because in their view, Harare means Zimbabwe. It's a shona only slogan hence, the circus continues. @DrNkuSibanda @keithndlovu1 @Bulawayo24News @zenzele @Zimpapers @pmkwananzi pic.twitter.com/0rYG4GIozn— Dhege (@Dhege21708504) January 25, 2022