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OPINION| Nelson Chamisa Speaks Out About the Violent Zanu Pf

The rise of vigilantism in Zimbabwe, Zanupf vigilante groups have immunity and impunity they’re state assisted and protected in their acts of terrorism and unlawful operations. The stoning of cars, violence and barricading of roads is criminal, stone age and primitive hooliganism, peace is fragile, be still ~ Nelson ChamisaI think Chamisa is doing well with the Sanctions matter why should he be bothered about that its not what he has to campaign for let ZANU campaign for them, sanctions can be removed easily without making all the noise, and simple by behaving and letting the Democratic space functions. Very primitive and it tarnishes the image of the entire nation. Those are thugs with empty heads being manipulated by corrupt politicians who fear losing their looting avenues, its not about serving citizens but their pocketsWhen you see such things happening to Oppositions just know that a change is about to happen in Zimbabwe, the problem we have in Africa Presidents don't respect the Will of people. In Zambia they voted wisely, hoping to see my Zimbabwean people do the same. It is possible in this life to attain a sort of unshakable courage, in which you know deep within that sticks and stones definitely will break your bones but even though you don't capitulate and bend over and give up, you don't cry to give up but you cry to move forward. Everyone who wants to bring light will be attacked, everyone who wants to bring change will be attacked and not to think so is naive. Chamisa all the way. #Ngaandinde

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So sad the country has been reduced to that by egoistic megalomaniacs who behave as if they own Zimbabwe. There is no struggle without scars keep on pushing all keep on for the future of your kids and grand kids

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