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OPINION: Zimbabwe’s Opposition Leader Need to Represent Some Ideas for a Better Future

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa represents an idea for a better life after decades of the looting public funds and plundering the nation’s economy by ZANUPF, ttacking him is futile because it doesn’t resolve the grievances that gave birth to that idea of change and the need for a better lifeThose grievances can only be resolved by stopping the looting of public funds, sadly we know that ZANUPF won’t stop that today, so that idea will continue to grow as we can now see rural folk feeling emboldened to come out and express it in Bikita, regardless of a scary police presence

Mkomana shouldn’t bother campaigning in urban areas he must stay in rurals till 2023 because urban areas got him already, will just need one rally before election that’s it, ll the campaign should be rural. Chamisa should consider making pre-recorded speeches and plant speakers on 1 of his convoy cars, so that as he moves around people can get the message, the message should be simple and must resonate with the rural electorate. I suggest he just make an evaluation of the Zanu pf 2018 manifesto so that people can see that Zanu has been lyingHe must tell those folks to register to vote and vote for the best candidate for their safety and security, let them attend the juntas meeting wear the juntas t-shirts but let them know that your vote is your secret. Whether Zanu pf likes it or not Chamisa is the most loved politician in Zimbabwe, ask yourself why only rich people love Zanu pf they are looting public funds and buy luxury cars with his prophet big mouth Tongombeya Java

Not every problem needs a hammer, Zanu pf failed to understand that. I am surprised there are intellects out there still proudly associating with ZPF and call themselves real gentlemen

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