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After 9 months of Chamisa faking news of SADC resolving disputed 2023 elections; he finally admits he was lying

27 May 2024 at 19:48hrs | Views
Chamisa's long anticipated update on what SADC is doing to end the disputed Zimbabwe elections confirmed what we already knew - i.e that SADC is doing nothing.

Chamisa confirmed the following sequence of events: on the 26th of September 2023, Chamisa wrote to SADC to complained of the "shambolic and disputed" August 2023 elections in Zimbabwe.

On 23 October 2023 SADC responded and advised that they were giving the matter due consideration.

There was the Extraordinary Summit of the Organ Troika on the 23rd of March 2024 in Lusaka, Zambia.

"Therefore, we have advisedly been patiently waiting on our request," Chamisa tells us. He was lying.

The truth is he and his team have bombarded the nation with claims of SADC leaders meeting, sending SADC elders to meet Chamisa and Mnangagwa, of upcoming SADC summit meetings to discuss the disputed elections, etc. all supposedly coming from "a well placed and very reliable source within SADC Secretariat". Some of the video making these claims even had Chamisa's face implying he was aware of they existence and content.

On the 29th of April, 2024 Chamisa followed-up on his request to SADC to address Zimbabwe's governance crisis and leadership dispute.

This was followed by a renewed furore of claims of decisive action from SADC and that "Chamisa is not resolving the 2023 disputed elections. Change is coming!"

What Chamisa should have said in his statement today, 27 May 2024, is that SADC has not bothered to respond to his requests. And so all his Tweets, video, etc. claiming that SADC was doing something to resolved Zimbabwe's disputed August 2023 elections lies. It was Chamisa indulging in one of his favourite pass-times - the silverback gorilla grandstanding, chest drumming, to impress his ignorant and gullible followers.


No one in their right mind would blame SADC for ignoring Chamisa, he is nauseatingly childish.

He insisted in participating in these flawed elections claiming he had plugged all the Zanu PF vote rigging loop holes. "#Godisinit!" Knowing fully well that he was lying and that participating in the flawed elections would give Zanu PF legitimacy.  He and his CCC friends soldiered on and participated regardless because they also knew that Zanu PF would give away a few gravy train seats to entice the opposition to participate.

Indeed, Chamisa lied about plugging the vote rigging loop holes to hide the real reason for participating was greed and thus con his followers to participate too in their millions.

Even after both SADC and AU had dismissed the election as a farce, Chamisa and his friends went ahead and took up their gravy train seats. They insisted wherever CCC won seats, these were "liberated zone" and thus elections in these zones were free, fair and credible. All nonsense to hide their greed because ZEC failed to produce a verified voters' roll including in so called liberated zones!

SADC accepted the SADC Election Observer Mission (SEOM) damning report on 23 August 2023 Zimbabwe elections and decided to do nothing about it for three main reasons:

1) These CCC leaders have failed to implement any democratic reforms even when they had the golden opportunity to do so during the GNU

2) CCC and their supporters have insisted on participating in flawed elections against the advice of SADC not only to complain of rigged but even have the chutzpah to blame SADC.

3) CCC started to implode soon after the 2023 elections with the recall of elected officials. With all the best will in the world what would have been achieved by denying Zanu PF legitimacy when it was clear and by Chamisa's own admission that CCC was infiltrated by Zanu PF, that CCC was Zanu PF team B in all but name.

Source - zimbabwelight.blogspot.com
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