Mr Mnangagwa and Mr Chamisa Promise to Win Resoundingly

Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF and Mr Chamisa of the Citizens Coalition for Change today spoke at different meetings in Harare.
Mr Mnangagwa and Mr Chamisa Promise to Win Resoundingly
The leaders of the two main political parties in the country, Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF and Mr Nelson Chamisa of the Citizens Coalition for Change today spoke at different meetings in Harare saying that their parties will win the elections that will be held in August this year.

Mr Chamisa said these words at the Bronte Hotel in Harare while launching his Zimbabwe Agenda 2023 which he said he would definitely win the election.

He said that one thing they will do is to bring about change so that people can choose the leaders they want in their communities.

Mr Chamisa said that he wrote a letter to Mr Mnangagwa urging him to release a member of his party representing Zengeza West, Mr Job Sikhala from prison, but nothing has come to light.

We could not hear from Mr Mnangagwa's spokesperson, Mr George Charamba. Still, the Minister of Justice, Mr Ziyambi Ziyambi, previously told the media that Mr Mnangagwa does not interfere in what happens in the courts as the courts are independent.
Mr Chamisa said that the CCC had already informed Zimbabwe's neighbouring countries about the state of affairs in the country before the elections and he also said that government employees, including the police and the army, should not fear that they will be fired if the government changes.

He also criticized what he said the government was doing to train and force the police and the army to engage in politics.

Police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi, told the media that he does not know anything about what Chamisa said.

He also said that if there are police officers who have complaints, they should take these complaints to the police chiefs in the areas where they work. 

But organizations like the United Nations, who lent money to the government and human rights activists say they are not happy with what the police are doing to prevent the opposition from holding meetings before the elections. 

Mr Chamisa also criticized the issue of corruption and drug abuse use saying that it is being done by other officials in the government.

Meanwhile, Mr Mnangagwa told the Politburo party meeting at his party headquarters that Zanu PF is registering people to vote and expects to win resoundingly.

He said that the preparation for the election is at a high level and his party will hold elections to find candidates for the primaries starting next week.
Mr Mnangagwa also said that he would start looking for support using modern methods to win the election.

He urged the supporters of his party to be careful of people who want to defame the government and its departments.

But the opposition says that Zanu-PF is not doing anything to make it tougher on its members who have been accused of violating human rights and says that Mnangagwa only says that there is no violence but the country.

Zimbabwe will hold elections for the president, parliament and councils in August and Zanu PF says it will win resoundingly while CCC says it will also win resoundingly too. 

CCC says it will win if the elections are done fairly and clearly. Mnangagwa told a meeting to discuss Zimbabwe's debts two weeks ago that the elections will be transparent and the country has always made transparent elections.








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Mr Mnangagwa and Mr Chamisa Promise to Win Resoundingly
Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF and Mr Chamisa of the Citizens Coalition for Change today spoke at different meetings in Harare.
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