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Nelson Chamisa refuses to give a signal

by Mandla Ndlovu
08 Nov 2019 at 09:17hrs | Views
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says Zimbabweans must not wait for any signal from him because signals are everywhere in the country.

Said Chamisa, "We must all be the change we want to see. There is no need to wait for any other signal. Signals are everywhere and there is no justification for any further waiting."

Chamisa was highly expected to deliver an address on Friday to give a direction to Zimbabwe on the next action to take after the state banned the mass demonstrations that were planned few months back.  

Media reports had said Chamisa, through his spokesperson Nkululeko Sibanda, said the time had now come to draw the line through his Hope for the Nation Address (HONA) that will give the signal to his increasingly restive supporters who are agitating for demonstrations.

"The president is looking at the issues that affect the citizens and drawing the line towards where the solutions will be found.

"He is also going to talk about the challenges that the nation faces and find solutions, he will give Zimbabweans the signal on the way forward because he believes that the time for action has now come," Sibanda was quoted saying.

Meanwhile, Chamisa met with a German Minister and they discussed a number of economic issues.

"Great exchange on the economic cooperation and the future. I enjoyed meeting with German's Dr Stefen Oswald from Federal German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Deputy Ambassador Dr Oefike. The future is set!" Chamisa posted on Twitter after the meeting.

Source - Byo24News