President Nelson chamisa who was the president for the mdca has changed the name of his party to CCC full stop this game after many political leaders were fighting over the name MDC.
The change is completely welcomed by all individual as they believe that it is high time that he separates himself from the MDC.
The party that he was previously the president of was hijacked by one political remember making it's difficult for him to continue representing the party.
Many politicians that were in his favour had called for him to change his political party and distance himself from the old one.
The change that he has made comes in immediately. He has also completely changed the colours of his party so that it is easily recognisable and can be differentiated from any previous parties.
The new party has now been registered and the parties president is Nelson Chamisa.
Source : https://twitter.com/nelsonchamisa/status/1485634725515513861?t=hbowfPzCVHraahZJiEkGbQ&s=19
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