The main opposition party in Zimbabwe has successfully rebranded after a long battle with government-sponsored puppets who were trying to divide the opposition. The final straw came after the new variant of MDC announce that they will be using the name of the main opposition as their own on the polls scheduled for 26 March 2022.
Advocate Nelson Chamisa address the media today at Bronte Hotel and announce that the new party will be called "Citizens Coalition For Change". He announce that he is leaving ever7ything associated with the party that was started by the late Dr. Richard Morgan Tsvangirai including the colors and symbols as well as the party buildings.
The ruling party has been panicking as Zimbabweans from all works of life coalited to try and remove the brutal regime from power on the 2023 general elections. This comes after the military-installed president Mnangagwa has failed to run the economy. In 2018 when he came into power soldiers were earning ($550) R8500 and now they are earning ($140) R2500.
Chamisa has promised to restore the country to the good old days and create jobs to prevent Zimbabweans from migrating to foreign countries.
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