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Chamisa threatens demo that will bring Zimbabwe to a standstill

by Simbarashe Sithole
11 Jul 2018 at 18:43hrs | Views
Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is threatening a major demonstration that will bring Zimbabwe to a standstill if their electoral grievances are not met by next week.

Chamisa led thousands of his supporters in Harare streets today demanding free and fair elections ahead of 30 July election.

 Addressing his supporters at Africa Unity square Chamisa said today's demonstration was the last demonstration that his supporters attended while going back home the next demonstration no one will go home until the alleged irregularities in the electoral roll are solved.

"Today's demonstration where you go back home, we are giving ZEC next week accessing whether our petition is sorted, if they do not give in to our petition we will engage the next gear which will be very hard on ZEC and Ngwena (Mnangagwa), bellowed Chamisa.

He promised his supporters that they will safe from both the police and the army on their next demonstration saying Mnangagwa is not people's favourite.

"You should not worry about security, the police force and soldiers are supporting us, Mnangagwa is not loved actually the soldiers are spying on him telling me all their plans in rigging the election.

"Instead you should tell all those in rural areas the elderly not to fear because victory is certain, 30 July we are going to do away with ZANU PF ," he said.

The youthful leader vowed to give Mnangagwa torrid time in all the provinces saying he will never get votes in Matebeland and he will be touring Manicaland province in a bid to give Mnangagwa sleepless nights.

"I told Mnangagwa that he was causing in stability in this country by rigging elections, I have gone round the country and have seen that we are winning on 30 July.

"In Matebeleland he will not get a single vote, Chiwenga went and addressed 5 people there and said it was a consultative meeting yet it was a rally."

"I hear he was misleading people of Manicaland and Masvingo I am going there to spread the spirit of change."

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