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Nelson Chamisa responds to issue of Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP) on a South African Radio station

Nelson Chamisa host sent off his new get-together called Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC). He have rebranded it yellow.The law and order, and the security of private property, modifying the foundation is important for the party. He was welcome to Power FM to tell about his new party. The moderator got some information about his admission on Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP).

He have succeded Morgan Tshwangirai and they figured out how to overcome Emerson Mnangagwa yet it was manipulated. They were individuals who planted a division inside the party. The framework, economy is breakdowns. He said compensations are terrible. We host another gathering. We have new association that doesn't have this court fights.

It has turned into a web sensation in the wake of reporting their send off of the repel and he said individuals are invigorated and they support this party. Certain individuals say that he yielded rout yet he says it is the ZANU-PF strategies to let individuals know that his recently shaped party isn't anything.

At the point when the moderator got some information about Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP), he said, "We are African first, before Zimbabweans or South Africans, over all we human first. Zimbabweans issue is a provincial issue, It is South African issue, Zambian issue, Botswana issue. We are one individuals."

Zimbabwean won't let South Africa out of extravagance yet out of compassionate emergency. How about we have African answer for African issues. He says SADC should help Zimbabwe . The lines are put out by white individuals. According to he, a superior Zimbabwe is a superior South Africa and a superior district. He says the district should save Zimbabweans for brief while they are attempting to fix it.

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